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where crews are focusing on getting the runway ready for planes. the goal is to reopen by sunday. we'll update you on our 11:00 a.m. show. that's all for us. we'll see you monday. good morning, the final pitch. the defense gives its closing argument at the george zimmerman trial this morning after prosecutors laid out their case. >> hold the defendant responsible for his actions. hold him accountable for what he did. >> deliberations expected to begin in a matter of hours. we're there live. breaking overnight, edward snowden releases a new statement and will meet with human rights groups inside moscow's airport today. is he about to emerge from hiding for the first time in weeks? and look out above. it's a shark, it's a tornado. it's a sharknado. the wildly absurd movie that's taken the social media world by storm today, friday, july 12th,
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2013. >> from nbc news, this is "today," with matt lauer and savannah guthrie. live from studio 1-a in rockefeller plaza. good morning everyone. welcome to "today" on a friday morning. i'm matt lauer. >> good morning i'm savannah guthrie along side natalie morales. tell us it can't happen. a shark and tornado can't come down and eat us. >> this is the movie that's made godzilla look like an art film. this is absolutely everywhere trending today. >> there'll be oscars, by the way, for the guy that takes on the shark. i think they should bring godzilla and attack of the killer tomatoes versus sharks and see who wins. >> we'll find out why it's so popular later on. >> and ed sheeran is our live guest this morning. you see so many people in orange
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in honor of him and his orange hair. but let's start this morning with the closely watched trial of george zimmerman. the jury could have this case as early as today. kerry sanders is at the courthouse in sanford, florida. good morning. >> good morning. the defense team is now presenting its closing argument to the jury. they started about an hour ago. they're taking a break right now. but defense attorney mark o'mara is addressing the six-member all women jury in this case. george zimmerman as you remember is being charged with second-degree murder in the february shooting of 17-year-old trayvon martin. now, he has claimed he was shooting him and killed him in self-defense. he's pled not guilty. in the closing argument so far, the defense attorney mark o'mara has said to jurors they have an important responsibility because they must weigh all the evidence and consider a very high
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standard. and that is one called beyond a this is what defense attorney mark o'mara has said so far this morning. >> do not allow them to give their words to your ears rather than george's. listen to what he said. there's not a witness in there. not one, state's case, not one who will say to you george zimmerman, yeah, the guy running around the neighborhood looking around. george zimmerman is not guilty. if you have just a reasonable doubt that he acted in self-defense. >> the jury has been listening to evidence for three weeks. in the closing that began yesterday with the prosecutor, prosecutor said that, indeed, this was a second-degree murder and if they consider the evidence that is likely, they will conclude. this is what he had to say.
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>> he assumed certain things. that trayvon martin was up to no good. why does this defendant get out of the car if he thinks that trayvon martin is a threat to him? why? why? because he's got a gun. he's got the equalizer. you see how he's exaggerating everything? hold on, even more dangerous. because you know why? this defendant as you heard has studied the law. >> the jury will consider these charges. second-degree murder or they may decide that he is guilty of manslaughter or they may come back and say not guilty. they will head into a jury room with 27 pages of instructions. they will have all of the evidence available to them where they'll be able to consider it. there's no timetable. they can take as much time as they like. and the jurors will consider this evidence over the weekend.
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the community is waiting, not only here in this area but in south florida, as well. anticipating there could be a reaction. police have indicated that they encourage people to express themselves, but to do so peacefully. the defense will continue its presentation here today for the next two hours. matt? >> kerry sanders in sanford this morning. thank you very much. lisa, good morning again. >> good morning. >> there's a lot of pressure on a closing argument. you've got to consolidate everything you've brought into this case. >> that's right. >> and leave the jurors with either a concrete conclusion or reasonable doubt. how did the prosecution do? >> well, he hit a lot of the important points for the prosecution. >> well he hit a lot of the important points for the prosecution but raised more questions i thought than gave answers. was there one person was there two people? what was the scenario in the final fight? prosecutors have to proof beyond a reasonable doubt burden. i don't feel he pulled it together and put it away. >> what about the idea of where
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the gun was, where it was holstered whether zimmerman could have gotten ahold of it or whether he could have seen it. >> it was behind george zimmerman. he shows that on the reenactment video. for the first time in the trial the prosecutors mentioned that yesterday in closing. >> the prosecution did bring attention to a lot of what zimmerman said on the record. statements, for example, he said he lied when he wasn't following trayvon martin. he lied when he said he didn't know the name of the street in the neighborhood and lied when he said trayvon martin came to him. did they do a good job of discrediting the statements of george zimmerman. >> yes, the prosecution has that but how do you jump from that to second-degree murder. what is the alternate scenario. the jury has heard over and over again the defense scenario that zimmerman is down, trayvon martin is on top. the prosecution in the examination of witnesses has reenacted that defense scenario
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but never gave the jury an alternative scenario. how do they think the fight happened. >> the judge agreed and allowed this possible guilty verdict on manslaughter as opposed to only second-degree murder. do you think the prosecution proved either of those charges. >> i think there's enough evidence out there for the jury to conclude that. depends on how they interrupt interpret the evidence. there's pretty clear evidence of ill will. we have the profanity used when he first saw trayvon martin. the shooting was a few minutes later. afterwards he is still calling him the suspect and months later he says the killing is god's plan. i think they've got ill will if they can overcome the self-defense issue. >> thanks very much. appreciate it. let's go over to savannah. breaking news tied to the search for edward snowden. inside the moscow airport where the nsa leader wrapped up a meeting with human rights officials. jim, good morning, what's the
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latest? >> reporter: well, snowden and about a dozen human rights lawyers from amnesty international and human rights watch were meeting, as you say, that meeting's come to an end. according to a "new york times" reporter quoting a source inside the meeting, snowden has confirmed receiving offers of asylum from venezuela, bolivia, nicaragua and russia. he's thanked all of them saying he accepts all of these past and future offers. so far, only venezuela has made a formal offer. and he says he needs help guarantee his safety to latin america for all of the reasons we've been reporting for three weeks. u.s. police and interpol on his heels. he also says he'll submit an application for russian asylum, not because he wants to stay here, but he believes that will make him safer as he prepares
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for the latin american asylum. >> well, it'll be interesting to see what will happen to snowden after spending three weeks at the moscow airport. we'll check with you later on. both the dow jones industrial and the s&p 500 closed at all time highs on thursday. and that's only part of the picture here this morning. here to bring it into focus we've got maria bartiromo. good morning to you. >> good morning, savannah. >> if we needed more proof that ben bernanke, the chairman of the fed, can move markets, apparently he did. and him saying a highly accommodative policy is needed for the foreseeable future will make wall street swoon. the stimulus will keep coming? >> that remains in place. this week he basically said look, there's no guarantee that we're going to begin to end the stimulus by the end of the year because the economy is still growing at an anemic place. unemployment is still an issue.
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market rallied on those comments, the suggestion that the fed is going to be there for the long haul. >> seems like there's a paradox here. it's great to see the market go up but the economy still needs help from the fed. >> for a long time, several years, bad news has been good news for the stock market. it's like this goldilocks economy. not too hot. not too cold. that's what he likes to see. >> another thing that bernanke said that 7.6% unemployment over states the health of the economy. comment. in other words saying, yes, we have an unemployment rate, 7.6% but it's probably a lot worse than that and that's one of the key measures that he is looking at as a marker to begin rolling back the stimulus. that's the key ingredient there. unemployment is still a major issue. the fed is going to be there. >> another quick thing, mortgage rates. we're starting to see them rise at the time that the housing sector which is the basket case of this economy is getting better. what do you make of it?
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>> i think one day we're going to look back and say, hey, remember when we could've borrowed at 4.5%? yes. we moved from 3% to 4.5%. we have seen a move that had shut some people out of the market but we're still looking at very low rates. this market in terms of housing is different across the country. i don't expect a run away market any time soon and i don't think rates are going to skyrocket. we're still at good levels. >> always good to see you. thank you. important news for parents this morning concerned about the levels of arsenic in apple juice. natalie as that story. good morning, the story about arsenic in apple juice, how much is too much? the fda is taking steps to reduce the amount. studies found very low levels of arsenic in the juice. also found in water and soil. dr. oz revealed the findings on the "today" show here in 2011. the fda says the current levels are not dangerous to consumers acceptable amount from 23 parts per billion to 10 parts per billion. the vast majority are already
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below the limit. the families of the 20 children and six adults killed in the sandy hook school shootings should get $281,000 each. that's the recommendation from the committee overseeing the more than $11 million in donations collected after the tragedy. the families of the 12 children that witnessed and survived the attack would each get $20,000 and two teachers injured would get a combined $150,000. the remaining $3.7 million would be set aside as a community fund. >> salvage crews are hard at work trying to clear the runway from the debris of the crash of asiana flight 214. tom costello is there again. good morning tom. >> good morning. busy 24-hour period here at sfo. they managed to cut the fuselage in half, they took a big chunk of it, put it on a flat bed
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truck and began moving it away to a remote area of the airfield. they've got to get every piece of debris off the runway, fix the landing lights, patch the asphalt and do all of that to get this airport back up and running again. >> from the ntsb, dramatic photos from the debris of flight 214 including rocks and boulders. and this photo showing the extensive fire damage in the economy section of the plane. had passengers not escaped as quickly as they did, the number of dead and injured would have surely be higher. in seoul, some of the flight attendants have now returned home. >> we're lucky to come home but there's still colleagues left in san francisco. it breaks my heart when i think of them. >> salvage crews have begun moving the wreckage to a remote location on the airfield. san francisco is hoping to repair and reopen the runway by sunday or monday. meanwhile they're looking into why the pilots struggled to line
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up properly for landing and failed to monitor their air speed. the flight data recorder shows the plane's engines and automatted systems were working proposerly at the time of the crash. >> there's no abnormal behavior of the autopilot or throttle. >> did the crew know how to use the automated systems? said the auto throttle didn't kick in and boost their speed when they came in too low and too slow. but veteran captains tell us, it's not designed to do that if you're configured for landing, it presumes you want to land and not going to kick in at the last minute. natalie? >> tom costello in san francisco, thank you, tom. a rough day during the running of the bulls today in spain. we should warn you the video is graphic. tension rose when one bull charged a young man and tossed him around for almost 30 seconds.
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fellow runners tried to pull the bull away by it's tail. they were able to moved the man to safety. three people were gored. including one american. none were life threatening. but year after year they line-up to do it over and over again. >> remind me why this do that. >> i don't know. >> and hemingway made it great. >> on paper. >> injuries not life threatening. i'm glad to hear that. >> i guess it depends where you're gored. >> on that note. >> back to stage left. we have pretty interesting weather including a lot of flooding happening. how about the flooding for us here in barberton. outside of akron, ohio, people getting around by boats. flooding is a big issue for us in the eastern half of the country this weekend and has been in places like washington d.c. as well. we had half a foot of rain and the clean up does continue there in the buckeye state. let's take a look at what's happening for you. flood watches from georgia up
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through the capital. flash flooding this morning impacted your morning commute. how much rain? it's soggy. soggy. if you're traveling in this part of the world it's going to be difficult and the headaches will be compounded through the afternoon. we'll take a look at your local @(t&háhp &hc& got cloudy skies over the bay area from san francisco to oakland this morning and some mist with some of those low clouds that will break up to partly cloudy skies. san francisco temperatures today should be in the mid 60s as we get into the afternoon, 65 degrees, all day sea breeze keeping things cool. 71 in oakland and closer to 80 in san jose. mid to upper 80s inland in the warmest spots around the bay area. tomorrow a little warmer thanks to the high pressure starting to build for the valleys. lit be cooling down as we head into the start of next week.
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and that is a look at your weather. here's savannah. >> thank you. a wooly mammoth is going on display this weekend. it was so well preserved scientists were able to extract its blood. the question now, what do they plan to do with it? ian williams has the story in japan this morning. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning savannah. he was dug from the ice of siberia and is now going on show here. scientists are getting excited. they say an enormous amount can be learned from what's possibly the best preserved mammoth ever found.
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when scientists here took the lid off this latest mammoth exhibit they were opening a window on life in the ice age. the two-year-old baby mammoth is an exceptionally rare find. so well preserved the hair still dots her body. she died 36,000 years ago likely killed by a lion and butchered by humans. >> there is an endless human fast nation with wooly mammoths and so more so than with this one found in good shape. as climate change accelerates, the frost is giving up its secrets. >> yuka was so well preserved, she still had liquid blood inside her, stem cells possibly and some experts say that may offer a tantalizing opportunity to recreate these iconic animals. a former skeptic --
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>> looking at here individual dna fragments can be stitched together to make a long sequence. >> is piecing together blocks of dna and hoping to win the race to clone the ice age giant or something close to them. >> the revival of an extinct species are actually withi reach. >> a modern day jurassic park. >> turns out there are swaths of habitats in the north of siberia and yukon that could house a mammoth. >> he prepared a 60 mile natural park in siberia. trusting that mammoth extension extinction will soon be a thing of the past. that may seem farfetched and there are plenty of obstacles but more and more experts believe cloning will be possible and jurassic park will no longer be in the realm of hollywood. >> all right. ian williams.
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jurassic park is one thing but what about mammothnado? >> you should do that. >> i own it. >> that's awesome. >> coming up, is one of scientology's most outspoken members leaving the church? the statement from leah remini overnight raising eyebrows. >> and the smell coming from a restaurant called bacon bacon. but first, this is "today" on nbc. ♪ for a strong bag that grips the can... get glad forceflex. small change, big difference.
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♪ how did he not see that coming? what's in your wallet? is. the time is 7:26. good morning everybody. i'm jon kelley. progress to tell you about here. crews have cleared the wreckage that wreckage had been sitting on the runway since the crash landing on saturday. it's been nothing but round the clock efforts to clean up the run why. early this morning we did see smoke coming from the crash site. we're being told it was from a small fire startedyv:0yby crews were actually using blow torches to take apart thebñk wreckage. firefighters were right on scene able to put out those flames in minutes. meanwhile the families of the two girls killed during the crash will meet with the49y cor
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today. the family of wang linjia has not been able to see her body just yet because the office is not equipped to offer viewings. mayor lee says a funeral home has been located and he hopes the family will be able to see their daughter's body sometime very soon. search crews back out this morning looking for a missing toddler in oakland. 21-month-old daphne webb's father says she was taken from his car when he went into a liquor store two days ago. while he's not a suspect at this point, john webb is due in court charges. christina loren has the day off. rob mayeda is in with your weekend forecast. >> the weather today just like what we'll see this weekend. lots of low clouds across the bay. 50s across the board. an all-day sea breeze will ensure the coast, inner bay and san francisco will be staying cool. mid 60s in san francisco, near 70s in oakland. trending warmer for the weekend for our valleys.
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warmest spots near 90 inland saturday and sunday. mike? >> looks nice. looks nice here as well. this is 880 northbound where we had considerable backup over the last half hour smoothing out. the earlier stall has cleared from downtown around fifth. the map shows things are recovering, speeds in the upper 50s through this area. a nice smooth drive. also talking the soumm bay where 680 toward the airport. 280 around 880, that's an issue. we have slowing,yn/ here throug sunol as it recovers from an earlier crash. thanks for joining us. back in a half hour with another update. ♪
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7:30 now on this friday morning, july 12th, 2013. we have a truly massive crowd packed into rockefeller plaza and beyond this morning to kick off the weekend with the man you're listening to right there, ed sheeran. some of these fans started arriving on wednesday. many of them decked out in orange. he takes the stage in our 8:30 half hour. >> we get a sense for how big the crowd is as we come in around 4:30 and come down around 5th avenue, they were up by 56th street. that's 6 or seven blocks from here. >> that's savannah guthly along
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side matt lauer and natalie morales. >> you get a hit, a made for tv movie trending everywhere called sharknado. >> it's terrifying. i can't wait for the sequel. >> do you like the smell of bacon? all of us would say yes but it actually lead to the recent shut down of an all bacon restaurant in san francisco. it was forced to close but fans cried foul and last night the two sides came nose to nose at a hearing. we'll tell you what was decided. >> where's al when you need him to weigh in on a story? >> we'll hear from a mom involved in a terrifying hit-and-run accident. she was pushing her son in a stroller when a van backed into them and dragged the toddler for several feet. we should tell you he is okay but now police are still searching for the driver this morning. we'll tell you about it. >> first actress leah remi is speaking out following reports that she split from the church of scientology.
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kate snow is here with details on that. >> good morning. the 43-year-old released a statement overnight and while it doesn't mention the church of scientology by name, what is clear is the actress is thankful for those that are standing by her. >> my head must have fallen on the keyboard. >> she spent nine seasons as the tough talking wife on the king of queens. she also spent decades as a big proponent of the church of scientology but a report in the new york post on thursday said the outspoken actress was walking away from the church after reportedly clashing with church leadership. while she doesn't come out and say she has left the church in a statement she says i wish to share my sincere and heart felt appreciation from the overwhelming positive response i have received from the media, my colleagues and from fans around the world. i am truly grateful and thankful for all your support. if he left, it makes her the biggest star to leave the church
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since the oscar winning writer and director walked away in 2009 after more than three decades as a member. he went public speaking with harry smith at rock center. >> why did you finally leave the church? >> i was ashamed of my own stupidity. how i could have been so blind for so many years. >> it was in the spotlight last summer when katie homes divorced tom cruise. it's unclear what role if any scientology played in that break up. she was at the couples wedding. but now the separation from the church. the church repespects the priva of parishioners and has no further comment. >> kate. thank you very much. let's get a check of the weather for mike bettis who is in for al. good morning again. >> good morning to you. we have a quite a crowd as we're high above rockefeller center.
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everybody is here for ed sheeran. look at that crowd. they are mad. everyone is ready and everyone is dressed in orange. let's talk about your forecast. what we're looking at is a change in the pattern. we have been stuck in cooler and rainy weather across the eastern half of the country. all the heat has been in the middle. we'll see temperatures as we go through the next week that will gradually begin to warm for us. especially in the eastern half of the country and it will feel like summer. temperatures going back into the 90s and guess what, the humidity comes back as well. stalled out front causes storms through the mid-atlantic and deep south. the nicest weather right there in the and a drive across the bay bridge this morning may include some misty skies at times, a blanket of low clouds from san francisco towards oakland. sunshine around san jose, and in san jose santa clara valley south, we should see near 80 degrees for a high. mid to upper 80s south of
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downtown san jose. 65 in san francisco with partly cloudy skies. temperatures not changing much this weekend. valleys warming up, closer to 90 degrees inland for tomorrow and sunday. the crowd is stupendous. check out weather at weather.com. savannah, back inside to you. >> all right guys, thanks so much. we have new developments in one of the most infamous cold cases. after 50 years will new dna evidence finally identify the bost boston strangler? katie has information on this. good morning. >> good morning. later today investigators will dig up a grave and pull up a body hoping to solve a decade old mystery. who exactly was the boston strangli strangler and was the man that confessed actually the killer?
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today they intend to pull up the body of the long believed boston strangler. boston wasser theized. 11 women, most sexually assaulted found dead in their homes. >> there is fear in boston. they are directed to leave packages outside doors. door to door charity drives are suffering. not only salesmen but police find it difficult to gain admission to houses. >> he confessed to the murders in the 60s but with no physical evidence and doubts surrounding his claims he was never convicted. in 1973 he was killed in prison while serving life for other crimes. >> today's development means we may have solved one of the nation's most notorious serial killings. >> using dna preserved for years, police announced thursday they were able to find what they call a match with the stranglers last victim. >> boston police retrieved a
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water bottle that one of his nephews drank from and discarded. >> if somebody touches a water bottle we can extract dna from the skin cells and obtain a genetic profile. police are 99.9% positive it's him but will exhume his body for further dna testing to be absolutely sure. >> just because you find dna that matches somebody on their body doesn't mean they murdered them. >> doubt from desalvo's attorney but closure for casey sherman that spent his entire life trying to figure out just who killed his aunt. >> i just want to say that -- i have lived with mary's memory every day. my whole life. >> now mary sullivan only lived in boston for four days before
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she was killed. this new evidence only applies to her case. unfortunately, the dna was not saved from the other victims. savannah. >> all right katie. thank you very much. coming up next, the hunt for a driver who backed into a mom and her toddler dragging the child and then driving away. >> why is one city having a sizzling controversy over one restaurant and the smell of bacon? we'll get into that. but first, these messages. in the heart of peach country. it's a fresh-over. we want you to eat some peaches and tell us what you think. they're really juicy. it must have just come from the farm. this right here is ideal for me. walmart works directly with growers to get you the best quality produce they've ever had. what would you do if i told you all this produce is from walmart? wow! is it really? (laughter) find fresh peaches and all your quality produce. backed by our 100% money back guarantee. walmart. gotta get that bacon! yummy, crunchy, bacon bacon bacon there in that bag!
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we're back now. 7:42 and the search is on in michigan this morning for a driver that actually backed into a mother as she pushed her young son in a stroller. that child was dragged for several feet before the driver fled the scene. nbc's stephanie gosk has details on this. good morning. >> good morning matt. parking lots can be dangerous places, especially when people aren't paying attention. this video is very difficult to watch. it's hard to imagine that no one was injured.
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it's even harder to imagine that the person responsible just drove away. watching 18 month old elijah run around today no one would guess he was in this video newly released by police. she leaves the store with a friend pushing the baby in a stroller. when the group briefly stops the driver of the minivan packs up smashing into the stroller and dragging it across the parking lot with him still strapped in. >> it was scary and terrifying because i was so close to losing my son. >> knocked to the ground herself, she still manages to chase the minivan and grab her baby. >> i knew i had to get up and go after him and save him. >> instead of getting out to check on the young mother and her son, the driver of the minivan races away. a hit-and-run.
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police are looking for this unidentified man who they believe was behind the wheel. the minivan he was driving was stolen. authorities say she and those around her handled the situation in the best way possible. >> i applaud all involved for not trying to engage the driver and worsening the situation. >> reporter: when the shock faded, she said she realized that she and elijah were very lucky that day. her injuries were minor. just scrapes and bruises and her son wasn't hurt at all. >> my grandma said that someone is watching over us and it wasn't our time to go yet. >> the brush with tragedy has given her fresh perspective on being a mother. >> hold them close because you never know what can happen. >> the gold minivan was found not too far from the parking lot with a cracked windshield. the driver was nowhere to be found. the police are hoping that the public now can help find him. back to you guys. >> stephanie gosk in chicago this morning. scary for anyone to watch. imagine being there. >> oh my gosh. >> someone drove away.
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>> coming up. what should we expect when the duchess of cambridge goes into labor? for one thing, a baby. >> and the latest on royal baby watch. but first, these messages. kate needs plates. and a cute tote bag. and a shirt for her date. so kate comes to target, who's making products with feed to give meals to people across america. kate's plate gets mike a treat. her bag gets her a mention. and her shirt gets mike's attention. but her shirt also gives 16 meals. her bag gives 28 meals. and her plates give fifty. so now shawn gets lunch. a family gets dinner. and lots of people smile. kate did a great thing. and the people she feeds will too. well done kate. enjoy the plates.
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a lovely aroma of bacon, but and their complaints actually shut the restaurant down. but as mike taibbi explains, fans of the restaurant and owner have fought back. >> good morning, savannah. maybe you can't fight city hall but you can fight in city hall and that's where the great bacon wars have been headed since may when the fat hit the fire over a restaurant called bacon bacon. >> reporter: san francisco's haight district still has some throw backs. it gives off the vibe that anything goes. anything except this. he decided he could build a menu and whole business around bacon. bacon in a variety of forms. in jams in bouquets, 300 pounds of bacon cooked each day but some neighbors started aiming formal complaints to city hall,
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questioning the restaurants permits but mostly complaining about the smell. >> the pungent acrid bacon smell. >> the campaign by one neighbor got ugly. >> he compared me to al capone and a bank robber. >> then it shut down. it got weird. more than 3,000 petition signatures supporting the restaurant. him complaining on youtube. facebook fans posting i love bacon, i miss the smell. bacon bacon shall rise again. then "saturday night live." >> a restaurant in san francisco called bacon bacon has been ordered to close after neighbors complained about the overwhe overwhelming smell of bacon. it's going to be tricky to walk up to a cop and complain that something smells like bacon. >> finally the wall street journal weighed in quoting a sensory evaluation expert saying the amino acid and sugar produce a nice smell but also a sour smell.
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something like paint or wet cardboard. the set-up for that city hall hearing, the pro bacon voices. >> the smell, the taste, the atmosphere in there because everybody is so excited about the food. >> the anti-baconites. >> we live across the street. people that are coming from other areas, they don't have to endure this. >> and finally, hugs for the winners. >> i was brought to tears today. the support of your neighborhood to come out for you is awesome. >> ready to bring out the bacon again before summer's end. >> now, i don't know about bacon jam but i hear you can even get a bacon milkshake or bacon scented cologne. it doesn't work for me. if you're looking for a club sandwich, there's a joint about to reopen with a new filtration and exhaust system, probably by september. savannah? >> bacon, bacon lives. mike, thank you so much. let us head outside right now. natalie is out there with our huge crowd this morning.
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>> did we mention how huge this crowd is. everybody out here gearing up for ed sheeran. let's see how well you all know him. we have a little trivia for you this morning. here's the trivia. which actor of "harry potter" fame starred in ed's lego house video? daniel radcliffe, emma watsons or rupert? the answer coming up. and the concert coming up later on. guys? >> thank you. coming up in trending, were you caught in the storm, sharknado blows up by social media. >> and the company that didn't make the top ten american brands after your local news. by socia media. >> and the company that didn't make the top ten american brands after your local news. with walgreens balance rewards, everyday trips to the pharmacy earn you 500 points for each prescription you fill. and 500 more for immunizations. points you can redeem for, well, almost anything. get five dollars in rewards points
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it 50e7s:56. good morning. i'm jorn kelley. this just announced within the hour. u.s. homeland security secretary janet napolitano is resigning to become the first woman to head the ten campus systems in its 145-year history. her nomination by a committee of uc regents coming after akwj set process. they believe her cabinet experiences which include helping to lead responses to hurricanes and tornadoes will help <>uyuc administrators in federal energy and nuclear weapons labs. n napolitano led the department since the beginning of the obama administration. this is the third person to hold this post. good luck to her on that. let's get a check on]yt the weekend forecast. christina loren is off. rob mayeda is in.
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not looking too bad. >> we have!-w sunshine in san j where it's 56 degrees. 60 in oakland and you can see how the low clouds are pushing across the bay. sunshine now in the santa clara valley towards the tri-valley and through the afternoon the low clouds will]nx linger alonge sea shore. 60s in san francisco, 80 south of downtown san jose. maybe a bit parm warmer for the weekend. closer to 90 in the warmest spots saturday5 into sunday. we see some of the sunshine doing the warming here in the slowdown for north 101. the map shows also this same segment is where it starts to heading up towards the international airport. our sensors show a slow drive northbound. 280 and 87 looking not so bad. the rest of the south bay pretty light. slowing in both directions out of san leandro and north into oakland where it bogs down past the coliseum. a series of incidents north into downtown have traffic very slow
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[ music playing ] >> i love ed sheeran. >> give me love. >> back now on a friday morning. it's the 12th day of july, 2013. take a moment to look down from a helicopter high above rockefeller plaza and you will get a sense for the size of the crowd that has gathered here this morning. ed sheeran fans lining up since wednesday. many of them getting here this morning at about 1:00, or 2:00 in the morning and they're looking forward to a concert in
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the next half hour from the sensation from across the pond and you can see a lot of orange out in that crowd there as well. >> they're doing it in honor of his orange hair. >> that's right. we're playing along this morning. >> yeah. >> by the way, a second ago we gave you a tribute question. which actor of harry potter pam starred in ed sheeran's lego house video? let me get the answers out first, daniel radcliffe, emma watson or rupert grint? >> it was c. the original story idea was to cast rupert grint as ed sheeran and then they decided let's make it a twist at the end and they turned it into a deranged fan. >> that's right. exactly. anyway, his concert coming up in the next half hour. most of the people in this crowd know every word of every lyric he has ever wri3 c3 hora, y creo que mucha de la
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a lo largo de la historia. >> great. doozies. "tiny dancer." no, it's not tony danza. >> don't give them all. >> for an example. a great one. then live to st. mary's hospital in london, giving you the minute-by-minute, play-by-play and we are, officially, of course, on royal baby watch. due date in the next couple of days, we hear. >> no one watching that closer than natalie morales heading off to london as that happens. inside with a check of the headlines. >> i am, day bip day. good morning, everyone. breaking news this morning. white house officials tell nbc news that homeland security secretary janet napolitano is resigning. she will robertedly take a senior poert post with the university of california system. jury cliberations expected to begin today at the george zimmerman second-degree murder trial after the defense delivers its closing argument. the neighborhood watch volunteer maintains that he shot unarmed teenager trayvon martin in self-defense, but in his closing
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argument thursday, prosecutor bernie day la rhonda murdered him because he profiled him. >> why? he's got a gun. he's a wannabe cop. >> on thursday the judge roomed in addition to second-degree murder, the jury can consider the lesser charge of manslaughter. a heartless crime has police in japan searching for two hit and robbed suspects. security video shows a car hitting a woman thursday morning. the two people got out of the vehicle but instead of helping the victim they ran off with her purse. the woman suffered a fractured foot. well, bullet-proof windows are credited for thwarting an assassination attempt, a crime caught on camera and it happened in thailand. walked to a local official's car, fired several rounds at point-blank range at the driver's window. none of the bullets got through. police are hunting for the
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gunman. rescue teams rovereded body of a kayaker reported missing thursday on the potomac river in great falls, virginia. officials say the woman's kayak apparently got stuck on a rock and she tried to swim to shore. well, today the u.n. honors a young champion of girls rights. malala, the teenager shot by the taliban last year for promoting education for girls in pakistan. today is her 16th birthdays and she's addressing a youth assembly at the united states astates -- united nations, and today is declared malala day bip the u.n. and completed the first step in his bid for a political comeback. he beat the midnight deadline files thousands of signatures needed to get him on the primary ballot for the new york comptroller's race. and former chicago bulls star scottie pippen was skewed for $4 million thursday by an autograph seeker who claims pippen assaulted him last month
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outside a malibu, california restaurant. police did question pippen after the incident, but the hall of famer was not charged. the chicago landmarks commission signed off last night on a controversy plan to erect a jumbotron-style video screen at wrigley field that would rise above the left field wall. it would be three times the size of wrigley's familiar old-fashioned scoreboard. renovations to the chicago cubs home field must still be approved by the city council and other officials. it is 8:05 right now. back outside to matt and savannah. guys? >> natalie, thank you very much. i think i have my winner so far. john, pan down here. that young lady with the orange bandanna in front, white shirt. 10:00 wednesday night got here. >> a good seat. >> from long island. not bad. 10:00. >> let us go down to mike bettes in for al with a check of the weather. hey, mike. >> good morning. so popular. what do you want toll hear ed
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sheeran sing? >> "kiss me." >> "give me me love." >> hopeful he'll take the stage shortly and you're going to rock out to him. let's rock out to the forecast and a big, old forecast to saginaw, michigan. watching on nbc 25. sunny and mild. 83 degrees your temperature today. looking good in the middle of the country. eastern half of the country, showers and storms. that is a look at the we we are lating for -- waiting for low clouds to break around san francisco. sunshine in the south bay now in san jose, low clouds will linger along the coastline, thanks to an onauthor shoer breeze. see temperatures from san francisco to oakland, staying in the 60s, close to 70 in oakland, closer to 80 in san jose, inland spots today in the mid-80s, warming up a little more for the weekend. warmest locations approaching 90 inland for the weekend.
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maybe a little crowd surfing coming up, the awesome absurdity that is sharknado. is it the best worst movie of all-time? we'll take a look. giving hope to people who need it. my dap at yankees stadium with great young kids, and some baseball legends. and then, the moment all of these fans have been waiting for. ed sheeran. here he comes. right after these messages. to t need it. great young kids and baseball legends. >> and then, the moment all of these fans have been waiting for. ed sheeran, live in concert. here he comes. right after these messages. twelve bucks a night! no. they have waterbeds. ew. no! are we near a gas station? [ phone beeps] [ phone ] no. is that from the mini bar? [ both ] no. is that a cop? no. [ cop ] do you know how fast you were going? no. eighty-seven [ groans ] he's right. is that oscar mayer? [ karen] yes! [ male announcer ] in a world filled with "no", it's nice to finally say "yes".
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what's trending today. the stories that have people talking online and i liked this one. interesting. especially if you can remember back to teenage days. trending on nbcnews.com right now, the road less traveled. when we were kids getting a driver's license was huge thing. a rite of passage. for today's teens maybe not so much. new federal data shows the percentage of teens with a driver's license has actually fallen steadily over the last few decades. so 1983 number of 16-year-olds licensed to drive. 46%. what do you think it is in 20108 or wa? >> nearly 30 years later, it was 28%. down from 46%. >> wow. >> one of the reasons, a good question, what are the reasons? apparently high cost of gas and insurance. makes sense. tougher driving laws for teenagers. researchers speculating today's parents don't mind as much being the chauffeurs for their kids.
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>> that's how times have changed. let me tell you. >> i don't know about that. >> i'm not going to mind that. >> i didn't get a driver's license until 17. all my friends had driver's license. i hitched a ride. >> you grew up in arizona where most kids need to drive. >> mostly. >> find stip kids delay. >> i got mine at 18, in driver's ed as a senior. >> how many times did you fail your test? >> flying colors. >> a great hitchhiking career before that. trending on huffington post, work woes. a site for professionals compiling the top ten reasons people hate their jobs. top five, five, unhappy with their pay. not prize surprising. four, too much red tape. too many rules getting in the way of productivity. three, not challenged with employees feeling their skills are going to waste. >> a big one. >> i think, too. two, the passion is gone. old line, living to work versus livi working to live. and not a shocker --
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the boss stinks. >> our boss, we like, but -- >> that's a big reason to get out of work. seriously. you don't like who you're working for, it's not a good thing. >> can make it miserable. trending on twitter and everywhere else for that matter. say it all together -- >> all: sharknado. >> may not win an oscar or emmy, but the tongue in cheek disaster from the sci-fi channel air the last night, blew up twitter in the process. even chuck todd was tweeting about it. the tornado sweeps up sharks and they come down on the streets of los angeles. people are thinking, sharknado, the book much better than sharknado the movie. the script of this movie, chock full of gems. we thought we'd share our favorites and act them out with drama. >> our first line. they took my grandfather, so i really hate sharks. >> nicely done. >> hmm, good. >> instead of letting live
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sharks rain down on people we're going to get in that chopper, and throw bombs into tornadoes. >> sharks, in a tornado. sharknado. simply stunning! >> has anyone explained how the sharks continue to live on land? >> why? i think they have leg, crawling. >> don't kill our joy. it could happen. >> unlogical. >> trending on "time" magazine, the mothers misheard song le lyrics. a friend let's you know, no, that's not what the words actually say. spotify compiled ten of the most butcherrd songs of all-time. number four, elton john's "tiny dancer." ♪ hold me closer tiny dancer >> okay. i gave this away. it's not hold me closer tony danza. >> i swear it is. that's what i always sang. >> he likes that people think that. the next one?
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>> all right. number one is "blinded by the light," by manford man's earth band. take a listen ♪ blinded by the light >> be careful on this. what you off hear people singing is blinded by the light, wraned up like a douche. the right, blinded by the light, revved up like a deuce, another runner in the night. >> oh! >> there's lots of these. you have one. the one -- >> oh. i love this song. um -- you know -- i can't think of the name of the song. it's by bsh -- >> oh -- gosh. we know. we talked about it this morning. earlier. it's -- he has, let me light your candle because mama -- >> it sounds like lemon-lime, lemon shallow to me let me, because mama's so -- hard to handle. i don't know. >> wow. wow, wow.
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that is what's trending today. straight ahead in our 8:00 block, if we get there, which american brands have the best reputations? you may be surprised actually at the company's that did not make a new list, and matt spends the day at yankees stadium and got a remarkable group of kids to tell you about. that's coming up. first, new rumblings out of london over the highly anticipated royal birth. at st. mary's hospital, keir, good morning to tu. reporter: matt, good morning. yeah, this is it. one of these very rooms, the duchess of cambridge will give birth to a future king or queen. william and kate will walk out of that very door with a newborn baby in their arms. matt, take a look at the media already. crammed on to this sidewalk. we don't know when the due day is exactly, but it's any day now. she is giving birth to a future monarch, a king or, in a historic change, if it's a girl, she will be queen. so no pressure, kate.
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and the duchess of cambridge long seen as a fashion leader now hailed as a role model for mothers. her maternity ward is expensive, but unless doctors say she needs a c-section she'll have a natural birth. avoiding what some might call too close to push. >> i'm so grateful for her being an ambassador in normalizing childbirth. >> reporter: a normal birth? perhaps not. this is a royal baby. when the time come, kate will head for the hospital, most likely from kensington palace. a six-minute drive away. if william is at work or on the polo field this weekend, he'll arrive by helicopter. will he be the pilot? or will he be too nervous? the announcement that the duchess of cambridge has gone into labor will be made only when safely inside st. mary's hospital. others, kate's mum, carol, and sister pippa, expected to be there, too. amp the child is born the queen will be the first to hear.
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william will call her personally. then a signed medical bulletin will be carried from the hospital through the streets of london to buckingham palace. arrive in about ten minutes, but will be witnessed around the world. the declaration will be displayed at the gates of the palace as it was when william was born. though they may not have chosen a name, in london's hyde park -- the 41 gun salute marks the arrival. there's already been a rehearsal. on these steps, the duke and duchess will emerge with their new baby, just as charles and diana did, the very same hospital, 31 years ago. for that first nervous drive with their newborn baby they may head to kensington palace, a new home, and where die ana spent my years with william as a child. they will try to give their child a normal life, as diana
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did with her boys. she and charles spend time with william and harry, in rare footage, just another everyday family -- almost. william and kate will want the same for their new child. gm dap to you, and one of these very rooms, the duchess of cambridge will give birth to a future king or queen, and out of that door, william and kate will walk with a newborn baby in their arms. just look at the media already crammed on to this sidewalk to get a glimpse of that moment. we don't know what the due date is exactly, but it's any day now. >> there you go. keir simmons in london. keir, thanks very much. meantime, when it comes to spending your dollars, which companies do you trust the most? brand index, a company that rates brand conception among consumers is out with a new list of brands with the best reputations. the top ten. ten, cheerios. followed by kindle. youtube. walgreen's and v-8. >> number five, lowe's, followed
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by the history channel. subway, and amazon. coming in at number one, the ford motor company. >> talk about this with donny deutsch, chairman of deutsch incorporated. good morning. this san interesting survey, but i know you think we should take it way bit of a grain of salt. why? >> the way they do it, speak to 600,000 people and say tell me something you've heard positive or negative about the brand, which takes out a lot of brands with passionate points of view like apple. love them, hate them, a huge brand, obviously. middle of road brands but real reasons they're on it. >> what you said is surprising. no apple on list, no google, no coca-cola, which is surprising when you're talking about iconic, trusted brands. >> iconic and relevant. the world is moving away from carbonated beverages. >> apple? >> that surprised me, mcdonald's, surprised me. >> innocuous brands? >> a comment on five. kindle, amazon, youtube, lowe's and subway.
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they're all self-empowerment brands, all do it yourself brands where the consumer has control. whether it's making your sandwich at subway, choosing your own video on youtube. consumer is king. >> go by your theory, then, why youtube and not facebook, for example? >> because -- interesting thing. youtube, when i say facebook, don't automatically smile. youtube, think of that funny cat video, matt on the beach, swimming trunks, whatever. it brings up something that makes us feel good. that has a lot to do with it. >> history channel mated list? >> no. two reasons. a lot of people think because of the big bible series. i think it's because you're call and the phone. you have heard anything negative about the history channel? no. positive? yeah. i like history. something happens in research, kind of a consumer's trained to talk that way. >> when answering a phone poll, makes you seem smarter, when you say the history channel. >> yeah. >> exactly right. yeah. exactly and subway.
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on again empowering people. you can eat healthy, lose weight, but to the debt trament of mcdonald's, wendy's, burger kings, things like that? >> one of the great all-inclusive brands. i happen to love subway. stand in line. $4 for a great lunch. me, the guys on the street. few brands where every demographic, looks like a graphic can come together. i'm a huge subway fan. >> i challenge people to go to youtube and find a picture of you standing in line for subway. >> i kid you not. $4.13 for a six-inch hoagie plus a soda. how do i know that? >> true. good point. donny, thanks. speaking of big brands, the new york yankees fit the bill for the fifth year in a row, the team is reaching out to people with their hope reach initiative. a chance thursdays to see hope in action. for anyone that follows baseball, t
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anyone that follows baseball, they're used to see the yankees being among the leaders. for a short time that leadership takes place off the field. for the fifth year in a row, sponsoring hope week, giving the most precious gift. gift of time. from a community center opening its doors to a group of special athletes displaced by superstorm sandy. to a bronx native given a second chance to animals living in the shadows of stadium. the real-life heroes the yankees players would like you to be inspired by. today's celebration is about birthdays. everybody has a birthday, but for some children, there's rarely a chance to celebrate. these young faces are among the thousands of american children who are homeless. these sisters. >> how are you? are you jasmine? >> yes. >> reporter: 12-year-old jasmine and 8-year-old faith are at yankee's stadium for the very
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first time. >> how many seats are here? take a look. >> a million. >> a mall? i think like 50,000 seats. >> whoa! >> 50,000. >> reporter: and today is another first. the first time thamp getting to celebrate they're birthdays this year. >> surprise! come on in. >> reporter: a group called birthday wishes sponsors special birthday parties for children living in shelters. today's event is inside the stadium. >> what does it mean to you that the yankees, this incredible baseball team, they're taking time out to help you guys have fun today? >> it means a lot. >> the pitch is -- strike three. >> reporter: it means a lot to players as well like legendary pitcher mariano rivera. >> reporter: give me a sense what it means in the context of a season? >> the smiles that you see on their faces. when we're interacting and having fun with them. they have told u.s., like today, it's a moment that they will
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never forget. >> reporter: this is rivera's 19th and final season with the yanks. >> is there a sight, a sound, something about being in a ballpark, in a uniform, that you're going to miss the most? >> i'm going to miss the most, i will always love the game. >> reporter: love of the game and love of giving back as we watch 8-year-old faith offer her own candy to one of the greatest pitchers of all-time. >> thank you very much. >> reporter: it's clear hope week isn't about how much you can gather but how much you can give. >> oh. so sweet. >> such a nice dap at the stadium yesterday. it really was. you could see the players were smiling as much as the kids. that may me feel good. >> did you just fall in love with that little girl jl so cute. giving out her candy. >> yankees do a good job with that every year. >> and do a lot of sports team across the country. >> yes. just ahead, ed sheeran, british sensation, live in concert.
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couldn't wait to start. actually, he's already been performing for our crowd. didn't wait long. >> they're loving it. we'll hear from ed after your good friday morning tour 8:26 now, i'm laura garcia-cannon. the u.s. secretary of homeland security will be the next president of the university of california system. janet napolitano will be the first woman to head the ten campus system in its 145-year history, her nomination by a committee of uc reregents came after a secretive process. it includes helping to --
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and we are watching a misty morning commute across the golden gate bridge, where the tops of the towers up there above around 600 feet or so obscured by the low cloud cover in san francisco, but as you head into the south bay, we got sunshine and sunshine around the
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trivalley this morning. it's those two locations, there south of san jose out toward livermore and pleasanton will find mid-80s for the afternoon. closer to 80 in san jose, 65 in san francisco, 71 in oakland. overall you not much change for the weekend, just those inland val there is warm up close to 90 saturday and sunday. and don't forget you can always check your forecast 24/7 at weather.com. and now, here's our friend willard scott with today's birthdays. >> clinton is right down the road. we wish them a happy birthday party when they meet with irene norton. 104 years old today. she likes to read the bible. reads it every single day. loves her bible. >> robert barth. he's a good man. 100 years old today. loves beans. i mean, he is a beaner. he can eat any kind of bean you can throw at him.
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marxie hesler. from kansas. 100 years old. she is italian all the way. cooks italian, sings italian, is italian. love italian. they have good food. >> connie geraci. she is 101 years old today. loves coffee. first thing and last thing at night. i love coffee too. bob wetstein from st. petersburg, florida. 100 years old today. we wish him a happy birthday. collects teapots. how about that. gerald, i always thought that was a nice name. gerald pate from sharpsburg, georgia. ever had boiled peanuts? they love them down there. 100 years old today. makes the best biscuits in the state of georgia.
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back at 8:37. a wedding proposal is one of the special moments in life and now there's a new industry gaining popularity to make sure it is done just right for a price. here is gabe gutierrez. >> reporter: it's the moment many women dream about. >> will you marry me. >> will you marry me? >> will you marry me? >> you wouldn't mind marrying me very much?
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>> yes. >> reporter: the wedding proposal. to get it just right many men are spending big bucks to hire proposal planners. it's a business booming all over the country. she is the founder of the yes girls. her company planned 250 wedding proposals. >> how much of a hopeless romantic are you. >> a pretty big one. >> you turned it into a career. >> yeah. exactly. i like love. i love love. >> reporter: she's not alone. other consul tanlts from los angeles, chicago, to atlanta and new york are focussing on the market. >> you're used to the classic bended knee proposal at dinner. now that we have access to youtube and we're on facebook and seeing how everyone else is getting elaborately proposed to we want it too and now you have a lot of companies popping up and saying that's what we specialize in. so it's an interesting trend. >> reporter: air force veteran
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tim dorcet hired them to help plan his proposal to his girlfriend. >> first her prom date, her proposal and marriage. those are the three things most important to them and i wanted to make it special. >> reporter: over the course of four hours they constructed a magic set on the balcony in san francisco revolving around the theme you are my everything. complete with an 8 piece band, sonia's name in lights and other surprises. >> so heather what are some of the details you planned here. >> so obviously we have sonia's name lit up in lights. she is getting a taste of san francisco. all of her family and friends wrote different quotes and stamp of approval. >> could he have come up with all of this on his own. >> probably not. >> so with the details done, tim in position and our camera hidden away, it's finally time to pop the question. >> sonia thought she was meeting
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tim for dinner but she quickly realized that the hotel worker is not leading her to a restaurant. she is lead to a love seat and wonders what's next. >> that's when tim reveals his secret. >> this man of few words lets his actions do the talking ending on a simple message. >> will you marry me? >> yes. >> a moment to remember for a couple so adorably nervous they put the ring on the wrong hand and then one more surprise. >> i'm gabe gutierrez with the "today" show. >> oh. >> reporter: aproposal planned by professionals for national television. was it worth it. >> was this anything like you drempt your proposal would be? >> no, it's better. >> mission accomplished. the only problem, he set a really high bar for that first wedding anniversary.
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for today, gabe gutierrez, nbc news san francisco. >> that sunset cost extra. their average client spends about $2,500. the basic package is $199. venues, sunsets, all extra. >> what if they say no. >> no, they're called the yes girls. they guarantee it. >> coming up next, a live concert from grammy nominee ed sheeran. but first, this is "today" on nbc. [ female announcer ] when you asked us to remove
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the toyota concert series on "today," brought to you by toyota. >> well, this guy's fans started lining up on wednesday. they have been waiting patiently for this moment. so ladies and gentlemen, ed sheeran. [ music playing ]
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♪ i'm going to pick up the pieces and build a lego house ♪ three words have two meanings and there's one thing on my mind it's all for you ♪ ♪ and it's dark in a cold december but i've got you to keep me warm ♪ ♪ if you're broken i will mend
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you and i'll keep you sheltered from the storm that's raging on. ♪ i'm out of touch. i'm out of love. i'll pick you up when you're getting down and out of all these things i've done i think i love you better now ♪ ♪ i'm out of sight, i'm out of
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mind. i'll do it all for you in time. and out of all these things i've done i think i love you better now ♪ ♪ i'm going to paint you by numbers and color you in ♪ ♪ if things go right we can frame it and put you on a wall ♪ ♪ and it's so hard to say it but i've been here before ♪ ♪ and now i'll surrender up my heart and swap it for yours ♪ ♪ i'm out of touch i'm out of love ♪ i'll pick you up when you're getting down ♪ ♪ and out of all these things i've done i think i love you better now ♪ ♪ i'm out of sight i'm out of mind ♪ i'll do it all for you in time ♪ ♪ and out of all these things i've done i think i love you better now ♪ ♪ don
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this is "today" on nbc. the thing is bee, i got my mom wrapped around my little finger. do you? yeah, i do. huh. i said i want honey nut cheerios uh huh. and she just totally caved. it's all about psychology buzz. psychology? as long as i don't tell him the cereal is healthy -- he can't get enough.
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sad, really. i kind of feel bad that i tricked him. but...it was easy. surprise... uh, ha ha ha. ♪ well, the years spent sleeping on friends floors and couches and selling his music
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out of a backpack paid off for ed sheeran. >> he has. his album is a huge hit. he's touring with elton john opening for taylor swift, a huge year. ed, good morning it's great to see you. >> good morning. >> this is one of the biggest crowds we've had. it's a sea of orange. do you see orange everywhere you go these days? >> i think so. it's surprising it's happening. they say if you can make it in new york you can make it anywhere. >> you've made it in new york. >> some of these fans started sleeping out on wednesday. you're not all that much older than some of these people here. was there someone you would have done that for when you were 16 or 17 years old. >> definitely. i did it for a band when i was 15. i arrived like maybe 12 hours before the doors opened and they weren't that big. no one was there. >> would i have heard of them. >> they were a rock band. they were brilliant, really cool. >> they're famous now for sure. tell us about your start because as much as some people may have
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just been hearing of you, you were not an overnight success. you worked hard and in the beginning you weren't exactly encouraged to get into this business, right? >> no, you know, i've had my ups and downs but it's been a pretty straight trajectory here. i moved out at 16 and six years later i'm here. it's go. >> you're opening for taylor swift. you have a concert tomorrow night. >> it is. >> what's the best thing about being on the road and also working with taylor. >> well, the best thing about being on the road in general is playing every single night in front of people that are genuinely fans of your music but taylor she has a lot of days off so i get to see america. i went to see the empire state building the other day and i've never been there. it was fun. >> we want to ask you about this guitar you're playing today. there's something special about it. tell us. >> this is a martin signature guitar. we thought up, me and my
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partner. it's a children's hospital near where i grew up so all the proceeds go to that. >> your mom works at the hospital. >> yes. >> so again, we want to thank you for waking up early. want to thank you for drawing a nice crowd. >> what are you going to play now? ladies and gentlemen ed sheeran. ♪ white lips pail face breathing in the snow flakes ♪ ♪ struggling to pay rent ♪ long nights, strange men ♪ and they say she's stuck in her daydreams in this place since 18
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♪ wasting and crumbling the worst things in life come free ♪ meant for a couple of friends and she don't want to go outside tonight. she'll fly to the -- ♪ it's too cold outside the angel wants to fly. dry house, wet clothes ♪ loose change ♪ weary eyes and dry throat, cool gown ♪ and they say she's stuck in
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her daydreams ♪ ♪ been this way since 18 ♪ slowly sinking wasting, crumbling, the worst things in life come free ♪ ♪ she don want to go outside tonight ♪ ♪ because she'll fly to the land and it's too cold outside ♪ ♪ for an angel in flight ♪ covered in white with closed eyes and hoping for a better life ♪ ♪ [ music playing ]
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♪ we don't want to go outside tonight ♪ ♪ because we'll fly to the mother land and it's too cold outside for angels to fly ♪ ♪ angles to fly ♪ fly, fly ♪ for angels to fly ♪ to fly, to fly, to fly, for angels to fly ♪ >> beautiful sounds of ed sheeran and ed will be back.
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he's got one more song a little bit later but first on a great friday morning with a huge crowd, after your local news and weather.
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good morning to you, it is 8:56. i'm laura garcia-cannon. san francisco police chief greg sur has just confirmed one of the two girled killed in the asiana air crash was, in fact, hit by a fire truck at the scene. however, it is still not known if that played a role in her death. the coroner's office will release a report on a cause of death within weeks. want to switch gears, take a look at the forecast for this
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friday morning. job in for christina. >> seeing a pattern going to hold up for the weekend, morning clouds, afternoon sunshine, inland temperatures warm up a few more degrees, today, mid-80s, the weekend, warmest spots close to 90, we head toward saturday and sunday. we will have another local news update coming up in just 30 minutes. right now, let's send you on back to the "today" show. uh-oh! guess what day it is?? guess what day it is! huh...anybody? julie! hey...guess what day it is?? ah come on, i know you can hear me. mike mike mike mike mike... what day is it mike? ha ha ha ha ha ha! leslie, guess what today is? it's hump day. whoot whoot! ronny, how happy are folks who save hundreds of dollars switching to geico? i'd say happier than a camel on wednesday. hump day!!! yay!! get happy. get geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more.
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welcome to today on this friday morning july 12th, 2013. just a massive crowd outside our studio here out on the plaza spilling over into the streets of new york city for a concert from ed sheeran and he'll be back with one more songor us later on. i'm willie geist with natalie morales. al will be back with us on monday. excited to be reunited with with him. we talked about the size of our crowd and they're big but this is. >> epic. >> this is one direction big. these are a lot of taylor swift, of course, he has been appearing in her concerts and opening for her so there's a lot of taylor swift fans here too that are ed sheeran fans now. >> sure. >> when you say one direction
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big, that's the goal. >> now it is. >> that's rare. >> it is. >> one more song from ed coming up in a little bit. speaking of british super stars. >> and speaking of big crowds. >> huge crowds. >> we have three different segways to provide you here, natalie this maybe the last we see of you in this seat for a very long time. >> well, i don't know a very long time. how long is it going to take for the duchess of cambridge to deliver a baby. >> i feel like the due date was made up by the press because we don't really know. >> well, we heard july from the palace. but then we have also heard july 13th more specifically. >> right. >> yob where that number came about. so everybody is saying july 13th. >> tomorrow is the due date and you're heading over there. >> i'm heading over there. i'll be primed and ready. i'm putting on my gloves. getting ready to deliver. brushing up on the midwife skills. >> this is a "today" exclusive. >> it s. it's going to be
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exciting. i can't wait to get there. it's ridiculous what's going on outside the hospital at st. mary's there. they already staked out and put out -- you see the huge press presence but they actually taped out little areas where you can stand -- please don't feed the photographers. i love the signs there. i'm hoping keir simmons has staked out my turf there. >> he's got a good spot. he has a front row seat. >> let's just say, just for fun, she's a month late. are you going to stand out there every day for a month. >> you can't go ten days over your due date. >> is that true. >> most doctors enduce because ten days over the due date you start running more risks. that's what my doctor told me way back when. i don't know if the british medical system is the same. >> she's hoping. >> ten days. come on. >> let's see how big a bag you pack. >> i asked how long do you think. >> he said it will be less than
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six months. >> you know what, you could be in worse places. london, it's not so bad. >> that's true and for a good story. everybody is so happy and excited about it. >> yeah, we'll see what happens. speaking of young kids, this is incredible video. horrifying to be honest with with you. it ends well. this is a moment a baby is essentially backed over in it's stroller. this is a one-year-old baby coming out of the store and the minivan backs up in the parking lot and. >> it takes off once again but stops to make sure the mom can get the baby out of the stroller but it takes off with this baby -- 18 month old son named elijah by the way and the mom is completely in shock, in panic. >> of course and the stroller gets stuck. >> it gets stuck and the car drives off. you would think they would be looking for a car that has stroller stuck. >> yes. well, the guy, as you point out, he's still on the loose. >> he's still on the loose.
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>> he didn't stop. >> there's a bystander there who looks at the car. you would think you could get a license plate number in that time but i guess everybody is in such shock that you probably don't even take that minute to really -- >> yeah and the baby thing, totally unharmed. >> have you had any incidents with your children running out in front of cars or anything. >> it's so hard in new york city because we walk everywhere when you have a three or four-year-old as i do you hold hands all the time but sometimes he gets loose and there's buses and taxis and cars and delivery guys on bikes and you have to tell your kids to stop before every corner but parking lots too are dangerous as well. >> exactly. every opportunity to teach the kids. i make sure grabbing on to them but telling them as well. >> don't you find since you had kids when you drive you're so much more cautious. i always look all over the place. >> and making sure that you're looking down even if you're in
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an suv you want to make sure that you cover yourself. >> yeah. >> so i think the phenomenon a lot of people are talking about around here, and you actually got sucked into the vortex of sharknado. >> i got whipped up into the tornado. if you haven't heard this story by now, you have been living under a rock somewhere. >> sharknado is a terrible movie that was on sci-fi last night. >> it was so terrible it was brilliant. >> brilliant. this will go down and be studied in social media as they had this walk up to it. everybody was getting excited about "sharknado." i didn't know what it was. it's ian from 90210. your female lead is tara reid of american pie fame. >> the plot is -- why am i saying the plot? it doesn't matter. >> there's a tornado that gets sharks out of the ocean and they
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can crawl on land and attack people. >> that's correct. there's a tornado full of sharks. >> i like how we take it so seriously. >> this will go down as one of the great scenes in movie history. here comes the shark, what do you do? >> hold the chainsaw -- >> oh, don't leave us hanging. >> how do you cut out of that scene. >> come on. we have to queue that back up. >> with the chain shaw he jumps into the mouth of the shark and goes into the shark and they're like he's dead but then slowly but surely a chainsaw starts to cut through the shark and he comes out of the shark. i can't believe you said that. >> this is like jaws 3-d. >> yes. >> what was the worst movie of all time, guilty pleasure. >> you know what movie i loved was flash gordon from the early 80s. that was such a good, bad, terrible visual effects but a great movie.
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i came home from dinner last night and i was on twitter and every tweet was about "sharknado". >> i noticed chuck todd tweeting about it. >> the smartest political minds in washington were all tweeting about "sharknado" so i found it and was sucked into it. >> you got sucked into the vortex. >> terrible movie. >> you could be debated bad films but so good and they get me every time the twilight movies. >> those are good movies. classic. >> great acting. great. when taylor lautner takes his shirt off every time. >> twilight zone. >> no, twilight zone is great. twilight movies, well, you know, i love it. he turns into a vampire. there you go. >> almost sharknado. the crazy things tv journalists do for a story. this is a providence reporter. there's been a man in a
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neighborhood who uncountered a bear and didn't know what to do. >> like a little black bear. >> yeah, so as a public service he demonstrated what you should do. >> we should put together a few tips from the experts to help protect yourself should you come across a curious bear. >> according to experts you should avoid direct eye contact with the bear. don't run away. back off slowly. wave your arms to let the animal know your human. don't yell, stay quite and then scream and throw things at the bear. if the bear attacks crawl up in a ball on your side or lay flat on your stomach. above all, stay calm. >> that's julie tremmel of our affiliate up in rhode island. how great was that. >> speaking of great acting. >> this one right here. i love this one. >> don't look at it directly. that was great. >> but now you remember. you will remember. she put that in the minds of
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viewers. >> what was it about lying in a ball. >> crawl up in a ball and wait for death. >> that was great. >> hats off to her. things we thought we would never do on tv. mine is obvious. happened earlier this year. >> what happened. >> when i made out with al on tv. >> i wouldn't call that a make up session. that was a gentle peck. >> whose idea was that by the way? >> that was tony. >> i thought you went in first. >> we locked eyes and we knew. >> you knew you were going to kiss. >> al was a little like i don't know if i should do it. >> i was the aggressor. >> i was out at the ranch prior to the summer olympics to get to see the girls and just one of those classic on air moments where you're taping and spot and i literally. i'll let you see how it rolled. >> then the bars. >> very good. you got it. good job. >> oh, that hurt.
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>> the most intimidating the vault. >> and jump. >> very good. >> and the grand finale. >> i'm ready for the floor now. >> floor exercise. >> oh. oh. >> all right. maybe i was getting a little too confident. >> i love that i fell. i'm ready for the floor now and i literally hit the floor. >> i'm glad it was a two camera shoot. two angles. >> i wasn't even sure they have it. do you have that video? >> nice of the producer to include that in the piece as well. >> i made sure we had it. >> legendary. >> let's get a check of the weather now from mike bettis. he's be in for al this week. good morning. >> good morning guys. still fans of ed sheeran hanging out with us good too see you. everything spins and lights up these days. you're true fans. let's show you the weather. we have issues out there. flooding across the southeast into the mid-atlantic. big issues around washington d.c.
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the flood threat continues throughout the day today. may even last into places in the mid-atlantic and south through tomorrow. look at the heavy rain. if you're traveling today, maybe big airports in the mid-atlantic and philadelphia and down toward baltimore and d.c. you could be in for serious delays today. huge amounts of rain. how much will we see through at least the next 24 hours, three to four inches in some play places. it won't be a good beach day through the carolinas or deep south. it will be pretty anxious times over the next 24 hours and beyond. we are watching some misty skies around san francisco right now, low clouds right around san francisco and oakland but as we head south into san jose, you can see we have got clearing here around the south bay into the santa clara valley and also out to the trivalley this morning. areas seeing the low clouds now will keep temperatures into the 60s, low 70s, moving into the afternoon, closer to 80, san jose, mid-80s today and warmer for the weekend. should see some 90s in the
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valleys and we cool off. but the stronger seabreeze on monday. . >> and that is a look at your weather. now we'll head back inside. >> all right. thanks. looking good in your orange there. coming up, halle berry wedding rumors, brittney spear's new music video costarring her kids and a sneak peek at the new movies out this weekend. we're going hollywood right after this. ♪ 99 bushels of wheat on the farm...99 bushels of wheat! ♪ [ male announcer ] yep, there's 8 layers of whole grain fiber in those mini-wheats® biscuits... to help keep you full... ♪ 45 bushels of wheat on the farm. 45 bushels of wheat! ♪
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more than you think. very little. [ doorbell rings ] [ lee ] let's have a look, morty. it's a sweeper. what's this? what's that? well we'll find out. we'll find out. [ lee ] it goes under all the way to the back wall. i came in under the assumption that it was clean. i've been living in a fool's paradise! oh boy... there you go... morty just summed it up. the next 44 years we'll be fine. this morning, tweets, sneak peeks and star sighting. >> beyonce is flaunting her assets again while halle berry is going to say i do. a.j., good morning. >> good morning. >> we have to start with "sharknado." it started a whole revolution. >> it did. it shows you the power of social media and how people can talk about something in the internet universe and it just take off. nobody knew about this. >> i think sci-fi had been
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putting it out there on twitter for awhile and it sort of drove people to express and see on social media what it was all about. >> it's a great strategy if your a network too. >> star gazing here, halle berry, olivier martinez, her fiancee, best known for a scrap he got into last thanksgiving, they're getting married this weekend. >> they're getting married. they flew to paris last tuesday. they brought nahla down with them. for halle this is her third. for olivier this is his first. she's 46, he's 47 and she's pregnant. >> expecting a little boy. >> excellent news there. brittney spears, her two boys are now stars of her new music video just released and they look so adorable. >> they're really, really cute. i'm not just saying that because i'm expecting to be a dad soon but they're adorable. they're in the video.
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it's for smurfs two. they're big fans of the smurfs. she saw them after they shot everything and kevin was on set with the boys and they did well. >> she seems to be doing well. she kept her head down the last two years. >> yeah she looks great. >> looks great. >> and the video is amazing. >> this is our photo of the week. beyonce in flaunt magazine. >> i can't get that excited. >> flaunting a lot. >> she is flaunting a whole lot. >> i can't get that excited because i joe jay well. she has glitter on. >> just glitter and nothing else. >> she's glittering and she is flaunting it. >> if you got it, flaunt it. and she is a mother. >> yes. >> so looks like inspiration all around. >> she's not pregnant. >> no, she is not pregnant. she said she is not pregnant. she's on the second leg of the tour, the american side right now looking forward to a lot of stuff. actually caught the opening show
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in l.a. >> amazing. >> incredible. beyonce is incredible. >> tweet of the week, busy phillips gave birth to a little girl, cricket is the name. it seems to have stirred a lot of opinions and passions on twitter and elsewhere. >> that is true. >> what are people saying. >> people are upset about the name. but it's her child she can name her child whatever she wants to. her first child is birdie. >> i like that. birdie and cricket. >> i'm hoping birdie is nice to cricket. >> it's weird people think my kids will be in therapy because of their names. guys my kids will be in therapy for lots of reasons, i'm sure. >> they're cute names. >> i like busy phillips. >> i do too. our sneak peek for the weekend is the movie fruit vale station opens today. tell me about it. >> this film has taken all the festivals by storm.
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it won at sun dance. it's a story of oscar grant iii. while being detained he was shot. it's really compelling. michael b. jordan buzz break through oscar buzz performance and octavia spencer is in the film as well. what are you going to name your child? >> birdie cricket calloway, iii. i hope my wife is watching. >> coming up next, the headlines you need to know before heading out the door and later on, a performance by today's concert star, grammy nominee ed sheeran. but first, these messages. ♪ na na na na na na na na na ♪ ♪ i'm gonna use my two hands ♪ i'm gonna move a mountain ♪ i woke up to a light bulb on ♪ every little thing is possible now ♪ [ female announcer ] kraft singles have no artificial flavors and they're always made with milk,
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the rates rose to 4.5%. that's a two year high. a 15 year fixed is also up to about 3.6%. >> oregon is considering a pay it forward plan for helping residents deal with high college costs. oregon lawmakers voted to have a commission look into a proposal that would let students attend states school with no money down and no student debt. now under the proposal, students would pay a percentage of their earnings for about 25 years after they graduate and that money would pay for future students. a trial program could begin in a few years. >> the inventor of the game that ties you up in knots has died. he invented the game twister that became a party staple beginning in the 1960s. foley wanted to make a game that could light up a party. chuck foley was 82 and leaves behind millions of smiles on the faces of many of those that played his game. lots of us in awkward positions. >> that game gets weirder and
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release a report on an official cause of death within weeks. search crews are back out this morning looking for a missing toddler in oakland. 21-month-old daphne webb's father says she was taken from his car when he went into a liquor store two days ago. while he is not a suspect in her disappearance, john webb is due in court today to face child endangerment charges for leaving her in the car with a mother with dementia. we will somewhere a look ha weather and traffic after this break. crystal geyser is always bottled at the mountain source. crystal geyser. crystal geyser. crystal geyser. then we deliver it directly to you.
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you can see our summer microclimates at work this morning to sinole, one of the spots today seeing temperatures eventually reaching the 80s right now, 57 in san francisco, 64, livermore, you can see how thick the low clouds are in san francisco, not so much in san jose, out towards the trivalley. and for areas seeing the low clouds now, for the afternoon, temperatures stay cool, 60 san francisco to 75 in santa cruz. for the weekend, the valleys
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warmer, closer to 90 saturday and sunday. mike? here, the oakland area, smooth drive past the coliseum, check the peninsula, also very nice, do have a little slowing south 101 through san mateo, light down toward hills dale and palo alto, a nice drive over the san mateo bridge as well. haven't had problems for the 29 or dumbarton bridge all morning, a good flow of traffic, a minor slowing out of hayward. the toll plaza, metering lights turned off at 8 a.m. it truly is a friday light heading from oakland to san francisco. >> certainly is. thank you very much. and thank you for joining us as well. another local news update is coming up in half an hour. have a good morning and a great weekend.
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and next is by david, age seven. >> yes. >> al roker. >> is it al roker? yes. >> yes. >> that is martin correctly identifying. >> you saw it because you knew it was coming. that was al roker. that's last night on hollywood game night hosted by jane lynch. this show was so fun to watch. >> i could see the smile gives it away to me. >> the concept of the segment is they had local kids make paintings of famous people and they had to guess who it was with no clues whatsoever. >> all of these are very picaso.
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>> i'm willie geist with natalie morales. al will be back on monday. coming up this half hour, when should you cut the cord financially. if your adult kids are living with you and they're never going to leave, we have advice on how to delicately cut them off. >> also with wedding season in full swing, some of you are relate to 27 dresses where you've been the bride maids 27 times and you're left with the gowns you can totally wear again, right? well we'll show you how you can wear them again with easy alterations and accessories. >> cool. after selling his music out of a backpack for years and sleeping on friends sofas he is an international super star. ed sheeran has taken over our summer concert stage. he'll be back with one more song for the giant crowd assembled outside but first a check of the weather from mike bettis. >> good morning guys. the crowd is still nice and
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large here out on the plaza. everybody is excited. the weekend is here. are you ready for the weekend. >> i'm ready. >> what are you going to do. >> have fun. >> this is a big willie crowd. let's get you updated on what's going on with the forecast. we do have some issues for you this weekend especially in the south. watch for flooding. a risk of storms especially across the planes but much of the country is going to be dry and it's going to be sizzling hot. on sunday, isolated areas of storms, northeast, guess what, the heat returns as temperatures come back into the 90s. and you're not going to find 90s in san francisco today. you're going to find mist and low clouds hanging around, probably till about lunch time, then partly cloudy skies heading into the afternoon. cool temperatures though, san francisco, 65 degrees, 70 or near that in oakland, closer to 80 in san jose, mid-80s in our valleys today and then turning a bit warmer, just for inland locations this weekend, may get
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close 2090 inland and the seabreeze picks up, temperatures drop again by monday and tuesday. all right. so a lot of willie fans out here. any natalie fans out here? of course there are. willie, natalie, outside. >> a lot of mike bettis fans. >> they're all here to see natalie. are you still supporting your adult kids financially? half of all middle aged american adults are doing that. it's putting a strain on families. >> when is the right time to cut them off and how do you do it in a nice way? money magazine covers this topic. good morning ladies. >> good morning. >> this is a touchy and hard thing to break to your kids but you say the timing is really important, donna. the time is when it involves a life event. >> around a life event is a natural time to transition. you're graduating, get a new job. this is a natural time.
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keep it positive. you believe that your child is capable of doing this. it's not a punishment and you want to help them transition. >> but it can be touchy and it's a hard thing. you love your kids and want to help your kid but you think you're doing it in their best interest. how do you approach it as a parent? >> that's a great question. you approach it not necessarily at a life event but you build up to it and you let the child know what your expectations are and what you'll be there to help with and you wean off. i'm not a fan of cutting off directly. we need to be sure that our kids are aware of how to budget. what it means to spend. what it means to save. what it means to invest. how you really plan this and if you're teaching that along the way then you might be able to say i can help you this month. next month. but in three months you'll be on your own for this so how are you going to plan to do that. it's a conversation. >> don't cut them off cold turkey then. >> i agree with that. you need to set out specific
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terms to that and not cutting them off cold turkey but give them an incentive. but if you don't do that and you don't stick to the deadline you're probably having that conversation again. >> we asked our viewers to weigh in on twitter with the hashtag money talk. and julia tweeted for example, no, i will always be there for them. they didn't ask to come into this world. if they suffer, i suffer. is that bad parenting? >> i don't think that's bad parenting. i think it's very interesting how connected and tied, i think that many adult parents and adult children think that their parents will always be there for them and i think that's a good thing. but what does that mean? if they want to make a new connection? if they want to make a new career change, if they're having children and lost their job, can they rely on being bailed out or assisted? we have people moving back in with their parents and working with grand children, education,
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things like this. the issue is what kind of separation is important. what's healthy. for julia and people like her, what about her own needs. what about her retirement. was she planning on selling her house and now can't? is she taking care of aging parents. there's other elements. >> you have to take care of yourself first. ladies, thank you so much. >> thank you. >> coming up next, are the bridesmaid dresses gathering dust in your closet? we'll pull them out and show you how you can actually wear them again. that's coming up right after this. honey! we're pregnant! what? we're pregnant! we're pregnant? yeah! you're going to be a mom! you're going to be a dad! there's a little baby in there? there's a human being growing inside your stomach? yeah! now what? i don't know? what? introducing huggies mommy answers. the best advice in one place. from the brand new moms trust.
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that's a scene from the comedy 27 dresses. a lot of us can relate. you are asked to be a bridesmaid and don't have a choice but you
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have to say yes to the dress. brides pick something they think they can wear again but never do. >> good morning. >> it's polarizing, the bridesmaids talk about how they don't like the dress. >> they do and it's an awkward position. if you don't like it, too bad. it's not your wedding. and it's a big financial commitment for a lot of bridesmaids. especially if you're in multiple weddings. i'll show you how to get value out of bridesmaids dresses that you may love or don't love so much. >> let's talk about liza. she wore this dress in her sorrity sisters wedding in new york. >> it's cute. >> it's adorable. >> it's more modern. >> it is. shorter length and on this particular dress we actually did no alteration. so this is a no alteration styling. what you noticed is we turned the dress into a skirt. >> the way we did that, we added a top. so the key here is the dress has
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to have a seem at the natural waist and we wanted to follow the natural line of the skirt. this top, $25 from h&m. super adorable. love the floral print and had it pop with patten accessories so hot pink shoes not bridally at all. perfect outfit. >> great job. i'm sure you'll wear this over and over again. >> thanks. our next one is colleen. she wore this dress in her friends wedding in florida. >> that sheer look. >> it is. it's that long maxi look strapless. classic. >> here's what you did to update it. >> this was a dramatic transportation. this was about the styling and layering. layering is the easiest way to change up the look. we wanted to go for a more edgey downtown feel. a thin pleather jacket over the dress and a high-low hem line.
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it makes it look more of a run way inspired style versus a bridal aisle dress and it's all about the accessories here. leather, studs and gold. think outside of the box. not things you would typically wear to a wedding. perfect for a girl's night out and she looks fantastic. >> all right. colleen, you stay there. we're going to bring out lee who was in the same wedding. has the same dress. now, this is what obviously you saw what the dress looked like. here's what you did to lee. >> the accessories. >> it was and a small alteration. the reason i picked these two girls because they were in the same wedding. i wanted to show how much you could do to one dress. what we did with hers is only hemmed the lining of the dress. a more modern look. makes it more wearable for daytime. >> you're seeing that everywhere now. >> this is all about the statement piece. gorgeous necklace under $100 and i added that because it almost
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looks part of the dress. it connects the dress to her neck. beautiful, have a beachy vibe to it. >> they look great. >> last alyssa. looks pretty to me. >> beautiful. >> but now it's better. >> this was an expensive dress. over $400. didn't want to throw it away. bottom got dirty so we took off 12 inch of the dress and made it super short and injected a big bold burst of color and added really sexy shoes, a pop of color with the clutch and she can wear this again. perfect party look. >> you know how to style it. that's for sure. >> nice work. >> thanks guys. >> thank you so much. coming up next, billboard called him the break out star of the year and you can definitely see why. grammy nominated singer ed sheeran with another song right after this.
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>> fans lined up for hours this morning including him because they don want him in around here. >> fan boy. >> but people were lined up for seven new york city blocks to hear the music of ed sheeran. >> he is our summer concert star this morning singing you need me, i don't need you, here again, ed sheeran. [ music playing ] ♪ now i'm in town break it down
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thinking of making a new sound playing a different show every night in front of a new crowd that's you now, seems like that is great now see me lose focus as i sing to you loud. and i can't no i won't hush ♪ ♪ see i'm true my song where is my heart is i'm like glue i stick to other artist i'm not you now that would be disastrous ♪ ♪ let me sing and do my thing and move to greener past jurors ♪ ♪ i won't stay put give me the chance to be free ♪ ♪ because you need me, man, i don't need you ♪ you need me, man, i don't need you ♪ ♪ you need me, man, i don't need you ♪ ♪ you need me man, i don't need you ♪ ♪ you need me, man. ♪ sing and write me own tune and i write my own verse. i don't need another word-smith to make my tune sell ♪ ♪ i came fast with the way i
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pact right i can't last if i'm smoking on a crack pipe ♪ and i won't be a product of my genere. my mind will always be stronger than my songs are never believe the fake guy feeds you ♪ ♪ times at the enterprise when some fellas filmed me ♪ ♪ a young singer-writer ♪ you need me man i don't need you ♪ ♪ you need me man i don't need you ♪ ♪ you need me man, i don't need you ♪ ♪ you need me, man, i don't need you ♪ ♪ you need me man ♪ [ music playing ] ♪ ♪ i'm the same as a year ago
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♪ i'm in the studio, never growing up ♪ ♪ you need me many man i don't need you ♪ ♪ you need me man i don't need you ♪ ♪ you need me man, i don't need you ♪ ♪ you need me me, mab i don't need you ♪ ♪ you need me man, i don't need you ♪ thank you new york. >> ed sheeran, thank you. we're back in a moment. this is "today "on nbc. [ wind howling ]
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and ed sheeran groupie erica hill is here with a preview of what's coming up. >> ed sheeran and rupert grint.
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the whole ron weasley fan. >> they to do look alike. >> coming up this weekend, the george zimmerman trial. the jury set to get the case today. we'll talk to jurors that have been involved with other past high profile cases and get a better sense of what's happening in the close door deliberations. also, the big question, especially for natalie who is about to head over and be on royal baby watch. >> i'm going to go into labor if she doesn't. >> is it a boy? is it a girl? we'll be live in london with a preview of the royal baby. and also, he's back with tricks up his sleeves. >> oh. >> he does this whole weird thing with food and he does these sort of jedi mind trick magician things. >> how could you miss that? >> you can't. >> with that plug i'm tuning in
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good morning to you, 9:56, i'm marla tellez. his job was to investigate sex crimes but this morning, he is charged with committing one. tony frager, a sexual assault investigatorer for the san jose police department is now on
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administrative leave. the 33-year-old turned himself in yesterday. he is charged with possession of sexually explicit photos of a minor, which is a felony. the d.a.'s office says frayinger first contracted the victim online in 2010. while he may have initially believed she was an adult, he found out she was under able. despite that the officer then asked for and received sexually explicit photos of her. meteorologist christina loreson off today. we have rob my yet ta to give you the forecast. >> low clouds breaking out to sunshine around the central bay, south bay, waking up to sunshiner loin. go through the afternoon, patches of low clouds near the coast, sweep back in head toward the eveneding, temperatures near the coast and the peninsula, 60s today, 70s closer to oakland and fremont, 80s for the weekend. valley temperatures heat up, close to 90 inland for the weekend. cool down a stronger seabreeze approaching monday. a check of your commute and here's mike. you know what, not pa whole lot of a commute in the south
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bay, not good news, friday, little lighter, 101 not the problem, north of 680, a good drive, farther north by the airport. the map shows we have a little red there, crash up toward 880, slowing as it moves toward the shoulder and slow past the 880101 interchange as you head up to the bayshore freeway. 85 recovering from an earlier crash through cooper teen know, the worst of it 880 moves north of it south slowing toward 880, 280 as well, interchange by the mall, guys. looking toward the east bay i 880 smooth through oakland, no major problems. emeryville, the maze, no backup, no problem. the smooth flow, some haze. do have the metering lights turned off at the bay bridge, since 8:00. back to you. >> never too early to shop, mike. we will be back with the next local news update at 10:26. ♪
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by nature, not by man. crystal geyser is always bottled at the mountain source. from nbc news, this is a special "he said, she said" edition of "today with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb" from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> hello, everybody. it's friday, friday, july 12th. we have so much fun in store for you today. we could just change your life. we dream big. >> this is all about he said, she said and couples and what we fight about with our husbands or boyfriends and how we can resolve all these disputes. a lot of people say, i have been friendly with couples who say we never -- it's weird. we don't fight. >> yeah. and that is a bunch of -- >> i guess it's just pent-up --
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>> i think either they are polite or don't know each other well enough or there's not a real deep connect on some level because i think you are different people and you're going to have to have disagreements. it would seem to me. but a lot of people have trouble communicating. >> do you like yell and scream? >> his. >> you do? i used to be a much nicer human being. now i just go -- >> what is the main thing you guys fight about? >> let me think about that for a minute. >> while you are thinking, we took to the streets to find out what -- >> i'll think about that. >> time to get down and dirty here. >> he doesn't listen ever. >> she never wants to make a decision and i always want to make one. >> the pressure to conform to, say, a new diet that you might get in like the juicing diet right now. he puts pressure on me and
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thinks it's the best thing for me as well as him. >> well it is. >> he eats all the groceries in about two days' time when they are supposed to last about a week. >> what annoys me the most about moy boyfriend is when we share a bed, he spreads out like a starfish and almost pushes me out sometimes. >> yeah, that would be annoying. i guess -- i guess it's the kids. >> yeah. >> you know. we don't fight a lot. and when we do, it can be bru l brutal. but we also laugh tons more than we fight. >> that's great. >> if you don't laugh you might as well pack it in right now if you can't laugh at yourself. >> one of the number one things couples fight about is money because that's such a hot button and usually a spender and a saver and they -- >> that's why i was always grateful. i'm frank's third wife but the only one that had her own credit card. >> what do you mean? >> well, that was -- makes their own career in that sense. so i like that freedom.
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and i think that's important. >> couples fight about kids and sex is another one. like not enough. >> well, if you're not having it, you never fight about it. >> here's another question for you. do you -- >> thank you anthony. >> do you think it's okay to watch television in the bedroom? have a tv on in your bedroom? what about like ipads and iphones. >> i'm not into all that tech stuff. i go to bed earlier than frank. once in a while i'll turn the news on if there's an update on something. so i like to have it there for that but i'm not a big watcher of tv in our bedroom. >> right, right. they say that can ruin a relationship because that's sometimes the only time you get a chance to talk and catch up. with the tv on you have something else going on in the background. >> what about you, hoda. why are you asking me? >> we always had a tv on. a tv in the -- >> come on. >> that is not very nice. >> how many weeds were there? ♪ i want to hodie on your kotb
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>> it's not catching on. >> it's catching on. >> nobody -- >> oh, i was at bergdorf's the other day. they were going yeah, yeah! >> what is it that couples love about one another? while we think about that, that's see what you had to say. >> that's easy. game of thrones and our share for hip-hop music. >> yeah, pretty much. >> we're both into tattoos, obviously, so having a shared common interest helps. >> just taking time out and hanging outas friends and remembering why we fell in love in the first place. >> what makes a relationship work best is probably communication. like when he does listen. >> being able and open to going new places, trying new things and experiencing everything together. >> what makes our marriage work is great communication and a consistency to use love as a verb. >> i think it's quite simple how to make a marriage work. in my case, i just never say no
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and i always tell her how skinny she looks. she likes that. and i like her to like that. >> frank just did a youtube video or something. >> first of all, i'm shocked about that. very grainy. >> so what did he say again? >> i like it when he tells me that i'm skinny. >> and he says yes to everything you say. >> that's not true but i do like it when he says yes. he's a very giving person. frank is a really generous, sweet person. and he's a good man. and i'm very grateful for him. >> i still remember when there was this huge luncheon. i think you and frank were being honored. >> another drunk and another honor. was it for philanthropist of the year again. humanitarian of the planet? i'm sick of it. >> we were sitting at a table and everyone was sitting at the table and i came in a minute late or something and frank was at the table. he watched as i came in. he stood up from the table.
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when i sat down. and i saw -- i've seen him do that over and over to people. he's got the old-fashioned -- >> he does. >> -- manners that are lost. >> he's got the best of old-fashioned stuff. look at him. he can do youtube. now time for our favorite part of every friday. kathie lee's friday funny. >> okay. this was sent in on facebook. a woman runs into a doctor's office and says, doctor, doctor, you have to help me. every part of my body that i touch hurts. i am in so much pain. the doctor looked at her confused and replied, okay. show me. so the woman poked her ankle. she let out a huge aaaah and was visibly in a lot of pain. she poked her knee and yelled again. then she poked her forehead and screamed again. she was about to continue and the doctor said, that's enough. let me think this over. he thought about it for a minute and said, i think i know what your problem is. you broke your finger.
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you know, hearing that, that rim shot, my friend joel mann, i want to get a camera on you. joel was my drummer when i did my live performance. i had no idea he was going to be here today. we have those livly ladies. there's joel. he's in the witness protection. >> he's now been revealed. there you see him. >> how long were you my drummer? >> about 12 years. >> seems like 20. and his dad, oh, man, great, great, great musical director. in it's time for bobbie's buzz. come on. >> so this week i have some fun eye-openers for you. this is a first look at an exclusive and there's mascara has a makeover. avon has a thing called mega lash. you pop off the cap. and then bend the handle and like a paintbrush. so you apply mascara straight on. this says it helps lift the
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lashes at the same time while applying mascara. so avon, kudos to you. very clever. >> such a smart idea. >> and it's so hot, it just launched. there's a huge waiting list. they'll ship next week. another clever design is nix. why don't you come in here. this is hoda's friend. so you can just help me demo this. you put your hand on this and it helps you get your hand out of the way so you can apply your eyeliner in a straighter fashion. >> that's another brilliant thing. >> so you can get that cat eye. this is a great ergonomic design. and then this three-tipped eyeliner. i don't know if you'll be able to see this on my hand. i tried to draw some dots. it's really small. this helps give you the illusion of longer lashes. you'll pick up your eye and just add the dots on the under side and it makes your lashes look longer. >> and what do you have there?
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>> last, but not least, a glam glow. glam glow is a really hot line at sephora. they just launched this bright mud. and these are for him or her. so guys can get in on this, according to our showed to today. pop these on your eye and after three minutes wipe off and -- >> you just get a bigger, i don't know how to say this. but the dark spots go away. when i tried it i was amazed. i looked less tired at 5:00. >> bobbie thomas and sydney, thank you. that's a face made for television. >> both of them. let's head over to sara haines for the baby of the week. >> we celebrate new moms and their adorable new additions to their families. our first johnson's baby is finley grace flickinger from atlanta, georgia. this is the first child for mark and tara and they say that finley is such a good baby that they are already considering future siblings for her. next is liam nathaniel tretten.
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he was born may 14th in california. his parents jennifer and andrew say liam enjoys slow dancing and long walks on the beach with his mom and dad. our next johnson's baby is sophia joy james. she was born in iowa on june 13th to shawna and rick. little sophia's favorite thing is the sound of her big brother's voice. it always makes her so happy. and our last baby of the week is oliver waylon leathers, born may 19th in mississippi, weighing 7 pounds and 10 ounces. his parents nathan and mary beth are enjoying every minute because he's growing so fast. >> what happened? >> big congratulations to all the babies. if you want a chance for your baby to appear on our johnson's baby of the week go to klgandhoda.com. it is try-day friday. we have our white gloves on. and there are some beautiful dancers over here. jubilee dancers. should we go join them. they are from bally's in vegas.
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>> hello. >> now one of them is kathryn. the other is kathy. >> nice to meet you guys. >> hey. >> so first of all, ladies, you are here in new york doing auditions for other kathys to go to vegas and be a showgirl? >> is this difficult to do? >> pretty hard. there's lots of kicks. lots of bevels. >> the hard thing is getting your body to look like you. >> not going to fit hoda's head. >> let's try it. >> ow. that's got to hurt. >> no, it's good. it's good. >> okay. >> give us some moves. >> whoa. >> sorry. >> that's all right. >> we're ready.
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>> i'm going to have to do the whole show in my. give us some moves as we go to break. >> forget it. >> okay. go ahead. we'll stand, you kick. >> the first thing you have to learn to do when you are a show girl is bevel properly. stick one leg in front of you. you can do little dips. cross your leg and then you do a little plie with both legs. there you go. beautiful. and always smile. >> and always smile. always smile. >> you always have to kick, too. we do tons of kicks in the show. you'll have to do tons of kicks. >> oh, no, no, no. >> thanks. >> all right, we're going to go to break. why don't you guys show us how it's done as we go to break. >> we're going to talk about what you argue about the most. >> and how to keep the peace right after this. [ man ] i think this is a good time to tell you:
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back with he said, she said. if you are like everyone else, you and your significant other bicker from time to time. >> here are espective ways of arguing from her perspective and from his to help keep the peace. laurie zaslow and relationship expert, psychologist jeff gardere. so one of the top things we argue about is money. >> yes. >> okay. that's a big one. we're going to show a clip from roseanne and then discuss money problems. >> entitled to breakup, i think. >> you think i would just earn
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enough money to go out and buy new hats. if it wasn't for me, the bank would have came and taken this house a long time ago. >> i always pulled in more money than you brought in. >> oh, yeah? what about that year when your bike shop went broke? >> that seems like fun. >> always a good idea to bring up past disasters in each other's lives, right? >> that's the point. we don't want to talk about the disasters with money. we want to do more planning. whatever is missing on one side, let's see whether we can bring that up a little bit. and so it is a little bit more about financial planning being on the same page and this way, keeping it positive. >> absolutely. she totally actually emasculated him. >> his voice even went up. >> even if someone brings home the bacon, it doesn't mean you get to eat it all. you can't put a monetary value on other things people do. >> the right way, what they should have done was -- >> number one, try to find out what the deficits are. work with that. see what they can each contribute and it's not just about the money, as you are
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saying, it's all about just the contribution to the family. >> let's talk about household chores. that's another thing. a lot of people -- there's a great scene from that movie "the breakup." >> what happened here? what yoare you doing? what are you doing? >> i had a rough day. my feet are killing me. >> my feet are killing me, too. i went to the market, cleaned this entire condo and i've been cooking for the last three hours. come on. help set the table. >> sweetheart, you have done such a great job already. don't you want to finish it yourself and have that personal power of accomplishment? >> set the table. >> all she wanted was the lemons. i remember that scene so well. >> that frustration when you feel like you are carrying the whole load. >> it's also a frustration for guys, too, because they are often criticized for not doing the housekeeping the right way because we normally don't know how. but at the same time, we should get a little appreciation for the things that we do in that
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way. and, therefore, we can step up more and we really need to do a lot more. >> absolutely. i really feel like men have kicked it up a lot. my husband does cooking, cleaning. do something fun. make a chart wheel. >> do you acknowledge when he does it? >> absolutely. >> even if he does it wrong? >> and that's a turn on. >> hoda loves it. >> they put on an apron and it's over. >> it is one of those things. >> if you both participate. there's a reason, there's a fine -- >> get the house clean. >> men and women don't think alike. what do you issue wuknew about the other but are afraid to ask. >> our panel finds out. all this produce from walmart and secretly served it up in the heart of peach country. it's a fresh-over. we want you to eat some peaches and tell us what you think. they're really juicy. it must have just come from the farm. this right here is ideal for me. walmart works directly
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special panel of men and women to answer all your questions. >> first up, carroll. then we have comedian rick younger who brought along his wife, actress and writer sheelie younger. >> wow. yes. >> oh, pretty. >> and next up, the divorced and now single bob. last, but not least, amy lauren. >> okay, kids. are you ready? here's a facebook question from kate. here's the question. do guys really get jealous of the relationship their spouse has with their children? >> yes, absolutely. >> especially if your son is like our son. whoever he's having fun with when the other person shows up, he will put you out of the room. so like they are having a great time. let's join the fun. he's like, i want daddy to leave. and he kicks me out. >> he's 4. he's at the perfect age to, you
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know, choose -- to pit us against each other as well. >> so when you guys have that issue, do you really feel jealous when your child gets attention that you aren't getting? >> there's jealousy almost over anything that takes his attention away from me. >> and if we're in the mood, we're always jealous of anything that comes along. >> how do you resolve that? >> we kick the kids out and let them play in the street, whatever. >> every once in a while we let them know, hey, man, it's you against us. we came first. >> also in a marriage, and this is what i always remind women you have to be really careful not to become roommates and just deflect and put all your attention on the kids and ignore your husband. you have to remember you are also a wife and you are also a husband and a father. >> right. i like that advice. that was very good. all right. we're going to take a break because we have a lot to discuss. we are going to have more with our panel and our crowd.
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how'd you know? ♪ it is 10:26 now, good morning, i'm marla tellez. san francisco police chief greg sur has just confirmed one of the two girls killed in the asiana air crash was, in fact, hit by a fire truck at the scene. however, it is still not known if that played a role in her
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death. the coroner's office of san mateo county will release a report on a cause of death within weeks. we will go ahead and take a look at your forecast and the roads after the break. ♪ [ hero mom ] oh, yeah. we're gettin' cereal. 'cause over 40 general mills cereals are 130 calories or less per serving. just look for the g. boom! that's how nutrition is done, people. [ laughs ] ♪ [ female announcer ] hey ladies. you love it. you've got to have it. cinnamon toast crunch, 'cause that cinnamon and sugar is so irresistible. everybody craves those crazy squares.®
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now we are starting to see temperatures inland climb close to 70s in livermore, san francisco, cloudy and cool, 57 degrees, 64 in san jose, still looking a at lot of low clouds in san francisco but not that far of a drive to find the sunshine. san jose looking pretty nice for right now, but these fog and low
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clouds will stick around for the afternoon, keeping temperatures from san francisco down the coast in the 60s, near 70 in oakland and mid-80s inland, the trivalley today, turning a bit warm for the weekend, highs near 90 in the warmest valleys saturday and sunday. mike? you saw this rob, you showed us the low clouds here this is the golden gate bridge keeping the city that nice 57 right now. things will change over the course of the day including the tract of flow, busier midday there, as well as here, bait bridge, 'cause lots of folks head to the city starting about noon, things start to get crowded into the afternoon for both of those brings. no problem for this the san mateo bridge, south 880, reports of a new crash should move to the shoulder but should be slowing the next few. marla, back to you. >> thanks. search crews are back out today looking for a missing toddler in oakland. 21-month-old daphne webb's father says she was taken from his car when he went into a liquor store two days ago. he is not a suspect, but john webb is due in court today to face child endangerment charges. we will have the very latest for
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the search on little daphne in 30 minutes at 11:00. we hope to see you then. ♪ we're back on this try day friday with our special "he said, she said" special of "today" and our battle of the sexes panel. they're here to answer as many relationship questions. we have marriage counselors mr. and mrs. jim elizabeth carroll. our usual suspect rick younger and his wife whose name is vanessa and the divorced bob guinea. and amy lawrence. >> we have tina from toronto with her fam. hi. how are you? >> good. my question is what do men really prefer? is it good looks or a fabulous personality? >> good looks. >> good personality and looks. >> good looks only last so long. >> exactly. when the light comes down there
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better be some personality. >> doesn't have to be either or. can we kind of have a middle of the road? >> when guys are looking for a woman they would much rather take a 7 or an 8 with an amazing total package personality than the model that has nothing going. >> exactly. >> makes you look more attractive. >> you don't have to be like the most gorgeous person in the world if your personality -- >> although vanessa is. >> here's the facebook post from lynette. been married ten years and going through a rough time. my husband thinks it's not normal to have ups and downs in a relationship. well, is it normal? >> absolutely. >> yes! >> no! >> be happy. >> you know what, if i would just put on a happy face and just be happy every day, he thinks everything is great. i want to get underneath all of it -- >> we always need to talk it out. >> can't you just shut up and be
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happy. okay. it's a joke. it's a joke. >> i heard something -- >> it's about a commitment and making a decision that whether things are good or bad that you'll work it out and stay together. my father used to always talk about and i've adopted this philosophy. if she ever plans on leaving, she better pack a bag because i'm going with her. >> he always speaks so beautifully. even when you aren't here, vanessa. >> thank you. he also speaks very beautifully to me and about me to my face, too, which is -- >> that's very important. >> can you please take a lesson here. >> let's take another question from the crowd. >> next up peter from ottawa. >> hi. my question is, do women find humor attractive and sexy in a man? >> god, i hope so. i'm a comedian.
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>> bob got lucky once. >> i'm hoping to make it work one more time. >> my husband is such a jokester. he's always got the joke going. i have to pull him back sometimes and say this part was okay but -- joking about sex with other women, that's kind of -- >> what the hell is wrong with you? >> oh, man. >> humor -- >> we've got to talk, jim. >> i never joke about having sex with other women anymore. after today. but you know -- >> i am a comedian. and -- but one of the things i think is so great is that we laugh a lot. and that was also something i saw with my parents. they laughed a lot. so the sense of humor, women usually like that. but it's also good to laugh with each other. you don't have to be the greatest comedian but just to be able to laugh together. >> you use humor. you are adorable and a lot of times, the crowd loves you.
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every time they want to date you. but you do -- >> i am divorced. i will say the reason why my ex-wife and i are still friends is because we were able to laugh together and became great friends. you can build a base of a friendship. >> guys, we want to thank you because you are so nice and good looking and have great answers. >> and lovely to get to meet vanessa. >> all righty. what do men and women really want in the bedroom? >> we'll talk sex right after this. [ doorbell rings ] donuts? ♪ you're cute. [ door closes ] [ female announcer ] new special k protein cereal helps keep you fuller longer. willpower. what will you gain when you lose? how ya doin'? mmm. [ birds chirping ] okay bye bye! [ female announcer ] help satisfy your hunger longer with special k protein bars and shakes.
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all right. when it comes to sex, what do men and women really want in the bedroom? is it sexy lingerie or just peace and quiet in your house? whether you are single or in a committed relationship, here with some help to spice up your sex life -- >> oh, really? >> tiffany henry, she should know. relationship expert and certified sex therapist and steve ward of master matchmakers. >> let's start with the single ladies. let's get them done with early. people always wonder how many dates should i wait until i decide to get intimate with the guy. >> marriage. >> well, minus that part. >> i think it depends on what you want out of the relationship. certainly in you want a more commitmented long-term relationship then you wait a little bit longer. what you have is what you are
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committed to. if you just want a really good time and great sex, go for it. but if you want a relationship, you have to work on it and you have to get that emotional connection going first. >> how long do you think you should wait? how many dates would you appreciate. >> it depends on how much knowledge has been gained from each other. see, i think it's almost like an acid test. communication, respect, trust. as soon as you have established all three of those key components, then i think it's safe to take the clothes off. >> but in today's world, don't you have to go through an awful lot of stuff before you get to that point? you know you do. have you been tested? show me your results. it's weird. it's not very romantic. >> you think people do that? >> i think they need to, but they don't is what i thk. >> they don't, which is why i suggest using protection. >> exactly. >> let's talk about married couples. and couples are always curious about how often other couples are having sex. it says the average couple has sex once a week. >> for sure. >> is that right?
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>> that's actually true. the average american married coup cell having sex once a week. most folks are coming in and saying we're not having a lot of sex. when i ask them, oh, about three to four times a month. and that's about once a week. so that's average. >> are the women -- >> men want it more and women tend to prioritize other things. >> when you have kids and stuff it changes the whole equation. >> i think it -- that's the problem. you only have so much time in a day. you have careers and kids and you have chores and bills. all these things you have to worry about. sometimes getting a little freaky isn't on the top of your priority list. >> freaky? >> the culture and world we live in makes it think like there's nothing but sex. that's just not the truth. >> let's talk about ideas so people can have more intimacy. why there are gloves there. >> there's laundry here, cleaning supplies. what it has to do is the sexiest thing that i find when i walk in the house and my husband is
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cooking dinner, the laundry is done, he's cleaned the house. i have -- i have a lot more energy for sex. >> of course you do. >> exactly. >> archie and edith bunker but not for the average american couple. >> what do you think works? >> i guess maybe when you get a little older, but not for younger couples. >> how old do you think i am, sir. >> i happen to think there are other things that will get -- >> such as -- >> comfortability. the fact is you can't be rushed. you can't feel like you are just squeezing it in. you can't feel like you have to find the time for it. you need something that's comfortable. so i think the most important thing as far as men are concerned and i'm really talking to the men out there is make sure your partner is very comfortable. that they are at ease. they aren't rushed or hurried. there's a lot of things you can do to make sure they're comfortable in bed. >> sex foreplay actually starts outside of the bedroom. >> they call that foreplay.
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>> we have to run but you think somehow painting someone with chocolate works? >> oh, for sure. i say that chocolate is like wine. you don't want to buy wine that you don't cook with. you don't want to buy chocolate that you wouldn't want to eat and play with. melt it. put it on your body and lick it off. >> isn't that counterintuitive. clean up, clean up and then let's make a big mess. >> if he's cleaning up, i don't see a problem with that. >> they don't want chocolates and oils and all that. >> what do they want? >> men want -- well, men want the woman to enjoy the experience. most importantly. >> what if she wants some chocolate? >> i have never once in a life met a woman who wants to be covered in chocolate while having sex. i've never met one person. >> she wants you to lick it off. >> we didn't say it needed to stay on the whole time. >> all right. what are you really -- are you really wearing that? >> what he never want dwrous wear on a date. >> but sometimes you do anyway.
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there are times when we spend hours trying to find the right outfit for date night. what we like to wear and what our guy likes to see us in can be two very different things. >> and what he wears is a whole different story. here to show us what date night looks like that drives the opposite sex wild and which ones fall short are -- >> turn-off. >> "men's editor" tyler thorson and audrey slater. and they're going to weigh in with a thumbs up and thumbs down. >> so this is one of those things that often we're not quite sure what to wear on a date. >> a first date? >> a lot of pressure on a first date. yeah, first date. let's take it there. >> so this is what the opposite sex does not like. this is what we wish guys would wear and men wish that their
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date would not wear, right? why don't you come on out. let's look at the first couple. so tell us what is wrong with this? >> look. women are always telling men, you have to put in a little effort here. nobody is really putting in any effort here. anything that channels britney spears circa 2002, i just don't think is a great look. there's a time and place for everything you're seeing here. >> such as if their first date is let's have coffee. i'll meet you at starbucks and let's go talk. >> but i do want to say, bad move. don't show toe on a first date. >> toes? >> what if you have the most beautiful feet? >> i feel flip-flops are a bold statement and that's that i'm not putting in an effort. i'm going as casual as i possibly can. and they both look adorable but it's just way too casual for a first date. >> okay. thanks. >> they look authentic. but that's just me. >> he think he's being charming.
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she's thinking, i guess i'm paying for dinner. >> the next is what we wish you guys would wear. the women wish their men would dress this way and the men wish their women would dress this way. >> they are classic, timeless. that's what's going on here. >> she's showing toe. >> yes, she is. >> and the toes look good. he's not which is the key detail. a lot of guys get confused when women try to follow the latest trends. they do it for each other. they are impressing each other. we like something that's a little more classic. >> she looks phenomenal. she's showing just the right amount. it's not too much cleavage. but her legs are there. the perfect right length. just above the knee. and men really do love killer shoes. >> any gal with a white button down is a home run. >> what do you guys think? >> i'm going to give a thumbs up. >> eh. >> why? >> i -- >> okay. that was succinct.
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>> there's nothing that wows me about the outfit. it's not that it's bad. but -- >> okay. >> that's the thing. everybody is different. >> they're not trying too hard. i like that. >> all right. it's classic. >> so this is an example of what a man and woman would wear if it was totally up to them. no one weighed in. this is what you would choose and he'd choose. >> i think they both look like they just stepped out of the j. crew catalog in a really good way. we all want to look this relaxed yet pulled together at the same time. and it's the combination of sort of relaxed classic pieces but it's all styled and polished. i think they look adorable. >> i would agree. look. speaking for the guys, there's a new generation of guys out there that wants to put in a little effort. >> they like clothes. >> they like clothes. but they are practical. everything you see here can be worn somewhere else. the blazer from h & m is like 70 bucks. you can wear that in a million different places. a lot of guys won't do the pocket square. but that's an $8 pocket square.
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>> i love them both. >> i'm pro pocket square. >> you are? >> yeah. >> love them both? >> thanks, guys. what should you cook for a dinner party when he wants one thing. >> we have two recipes for a successful marriage and a meal. first this is "today" on nbc.
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it's time for "he said, she said" what's cooking. you are throwing a big dinner
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party and you and your significant other cannot agree on what to prepare. here to show us a few delicious compromises are authors of "just married and cooking" brooke parkers and james christiane. >> how come you don't have the same names? is there a story there? >> no, not now. >> this is one of those things. sometimes it gets difficult when two people have two different ideas of how to throw a dinner party. >> it's all about compromise. keep things happy in the kitchen. >> we start with a beverage? >> your best bargaining chip is a good cocktail. this is a good place to start off. so this is like a ricky, classic ricky but we're making it with -- so ricky is lime juice,ed so ausually vodka or gin. we're making it with johnny walker. i get my stuff. she gets her fresh citrusy drink. >> wow would think about johnny walker in a girl's cocktail.
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>> the ricky walker we're calling it. >> we're happy with this. we move in to the apps. he's a typical guy. bacon, bacon, bacon. that's all he wants. i want summer veggies. so we're compromising with our warm tomato salad with a corn and bacon vinaigrette. >> beautiful fresh tomatoes. crispy bacon. goat cheese gets melted on top. >> so then for our main course, again, we want to make everybody happy. i get to grill meat. we throw the grilled meat on top of a pretty salad. we'll make a marinade for the stakes. garlic, soy sauce. >> a pinch or all of it? >> all of it. >> whisk that all together and then over the steak. >> that was fast. >> leave that to marinade. it can sit 30 minutes or overnight. >> look whose veggies are cooking here. >> with the steak salad, i want some beautiful summer peaches. grilled onions.
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so with that, i am going to add a little bit of salt. some sugar. and then the tabasco sauce is going to be great because -- >> spicy peaches. >> it enhances the sweet flavor of the peaches. >> we just have a few seconds. come on back and let's eat. >> let's finish this up. beautiful grill marks on the steaks. >> she starts setting it up for us. >> helps to get those beautiful grill marks. >> that looks delicious. >> and then add some mint to the salad. olive oil, balsamic vinaigrette. tossing everything together. >> all the recipes can be found on klgandhoda.com. >> we want to wish you guys a fabulous day and amazing weekend and we'll see you for fun day monday. >> they're adorable.
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and right now at 11:00 it is the closest our cameras have been allowed to asiana airplane wreckage. we have new images of the fuselage no longer at that crash scene, as crews work around the clock, clearing off that runway to get it back open out at sfo. right now, want to take a look at the difference a week has made here as the plane sat untouched wednesday through sunday as crews began picking up the debris. today, you can see the runway is clear of all major debris. so they have been going non-stop. good morning, thank you for joining us, i'm jon kelley. >>

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